International Journal of Education Policy and Leadership
This article focuses on Christian low-fee private schools (LFPSs) in the Greater Accra region of Ghana. This qualitative study uses a case study approach to longitudinally examine who these schools serve, why parents chose them, and what challenges the schools face. Findings reveal that parents choose Christian LFPSs for religious reasons and the quality of the education these schools provide. Other reasons include proximity, teacher and administrator quality, small class sizes, and extracurricular offerings. Challenges for these schools were financial and related to retaining teachers. This research is significant because Christian LFPSs have a role to play in helping Ghana’s educational system and in achieving the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals by 2030.
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Brion, Corinne, "Low-Fee Private Schools: Case Studies from Ghana" (2020). Educational Leadership Faculty Publications. 241.
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