“Ghana's development into the future requires rapid and scientific progress through education reform and the use of advanced technologies,” the statement opened.
It pointed out that the 21st century is the 4th Industrial Revolution of the world.
“The fourth Industrial Revolution when given the needed attention will not only help to improve productivity but also improve economic growth and economic stability through interconnection,information transparency,technical assistance and decentralized decision giving the ability of cyber physical systems to make decisions on their own and to perform their tasks as autonomously as possible and improve on digitization of products and services.
“Our current generation is required to perform tasks in a manner that requires less or no human interaction, therefore government must as a matter of urgency ensure it continues its effort to increasing infrastructure and provide the needed resources to improve the quality of education especially in the area of STEM as the Hon. Minister of education Osei Yaw Adutwum leads the pathway.”
Mr Ewusi Arkoh urged all stakeholders, particularly parents, to help the Education Ministry “as the way to survive the 4th industrial revolution”.