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  • Her Excellency Anna Bossman, Ghana's Ambassador Extraordinary
    and Permanent Representative to UNESCO and Mrs. Audrey Azoulay,
    Director-General of UNESCO signing the GHANA (IEPA) –UNESCO Agreement.

To become a strategic Centre of Excellence in educational research and training of educational planners, administrators, managers and leaders in Africa.

As a lead Institute for educational planning, administration, management and leadership in the West African sub-region, the IEPA exists to generate and disseminate reliable educational information for capacity building and to inform educational policy formulation, planning and implementation.

We strive to provide equal opportunities in access to quality education and services to all persons regardless of colour, creed, ethnicity, gender, social status and physical ability.

 

 

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COVID-19 study on School Closures
More Insights on the IEPA/CGD COVID-19 study on School Closures

The Institute for Educational Planning and Administration (IEPA) and the Centre for Global Development (CGD) continue to explore the data for more

Ghana Education Service in response to COVID-19 Pandemic
Is GL-TV by the Ghana Education Service in response to COVID-19 Pandemic Effective?

On 11 March 2020, the World Health Organization (WHO) declared COVID -19 a pandemic as the virus raged through countries of the world.

IEPA, UCC welcomes one Visiting Professor from Nigeria and Two Fulbright Scholars from the USA to Support its UNESCO Agenda
IEPA, UCC welcomes one Visiting Professor from Nigeria and Two Fulbright Scholars from the USA to Support its UNESCO Agenda

The Institute for Educational Planning and Administration (IEPA) at the University of Cape Coast (UCC) is welcoming three international Professors

Research on the Impact of COVID -19 on Schools in Ghana
IEPA - CGD Collaborates on Research on the Impact of COVID -19 on Schools in Ghana

The COVID-19 pandemic had its toll on the affairs of the global population thereby challenging the so-called normal way of doing things.

IEPA-UCC Signs MOU with APCEIU
IEPA-UCC Signs MOU with APCEIU to Formalize Collaborations Towards the Implementation of SDG 4

The Institute for Educational Planning and Administration (IEPA) at the University of Cape Coast has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) wit

IEPA in Numbers

20
Teaching and Research Staff
12
Administrative Staff
5000+
Postgraduate Students
6
Postgraduate Programmes

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