The Education Collaborative team was invited by T-Tel Ghana to present potential partnerships with representatives from the 44 Colleges of Education and their affiliating Universities in Koforidua.

Speaking to the lecturer’s present project lead Rose Dodd, introduced the programs tailored by the Collaborative for the 44 CoE’s. The Colleges of Education in Ghana are currently transitioning from certificate to degree-granting colleges, bringing rise to the need for new support and partnerships in the process.

These tailored programs will focus on the following areas; Faculty and Teaching Support, Career Services and Employer Relationship Development, and Executive Mentorship. Ashesi University through the Education Collaborative seeks to engage and partner with the CoE’s to build the educational workforce in Africa. The Collaborative team is currently in discussion with some Colleges of Education to initiate some projects in their areas of interest.