Each term the boys in Expo's BPC program are invited to write an essay describing what they have learned through the program. The following was the winning Essay from Antoa Senior High School's BPC Chapter. What does being a man mean in your society? How can this negatively affect women? Men are generally described as being male adults who possess physical characteristics such as beards, mustaches, deep voice and broadened chests. A man is considered to be someone who is valo
“Oh, so you teach…” That’s the statement I get most of the time when I attempt to describe to some people what my job entails. Level Up Village Co-ordinator, that is my job title and I invite you into my world. I joined Exponential Education in May 2016. I must confess that it was the zeal to work with young people that drew me to even apply for the job in the first place and I have enjoyed every bit of it since I was given the opportunity to be a part of this diverse family.
We spoke with Mr. Isaac Kwabena Asante, our partner teacher who has helped Expo
pioneer LUV classes in JHS from the beginning, to learn more about the benefits of
LUV. Mr.Asante has his Masters of Science in Development Management and is the
founder of the organization Kiddy Star Ghana. Q: Which LUV course do you enjoy teaching the most?
Isaac: I enjoy Global Doctors: Anatomy very much. In fact, it is the most practical course out of the others because it speaks to what o
I am Grace Marfo, a self-motivated young woman with a Bachelor’s degree in Development Education from University for Development Studies in Ghana. In 2014, right after I finished my degree, I met Exponential Education where I assisted international volunteers by interpreting demographic surveys for Senior High School (SHS) students to be selected for our Peer to Peer tutoring programs. From here I had a growing interest in Expo in the sense that, when I was serving my country
Today begins our annual fundraiser at Ghana and we are looking to invest in change! As the Executive Director I am excited to share with you on how we have grown and where we will push ourselves for the 2018 - 2019 academic year. The 2016 - 2017 academic year was full of new opportunities that saw us investing in our local community and meeting new faces of teachers and children around Ghana. It was a year of growth and one we hope to continue to invest in for 2018 to create