The introduction of a new digital approach has increased school inspections from basic to secondary schools across the country.
The board has so far inspected 448 schools from September 2019 academic year in Greater Accra and Eastern region and currently inspecting 952 schools in the Ashanti, Volta and Western regions.

Dr Hagar Hilda Ampadu, the executive secretary of National inspectorate board was speaking in a press briefing in Accra yesterday.

Dr Ampadu said the importance of the initiative and transformation was made possible under the leadership of Dr Matthew Opoku Prempeh, the minister of Education. She further explained how the inspectorate board arrived by this Data collections by the help of parents, Board members, and school leadership.

Dr Haggar Hilda Ampadu also answered questions on how the board was going to engage schools with the use of Mobile phones by students, which is leading to the recent display of immoral act on social media.

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