Ulessons launches app to support quality education in Ghana

October 15, 2021 By 0 Comments

Ulesson, an education technology business with a mission to deliver high-quality, affordable, and accessible teaching to all African children, has launched their educational application to achieve this vision.

The app, which was created by Africa youth for the people of the continent in March, last year, was launched in Accra yesterday. Currently, about 1.4 million people have installed the app across the continent to inspire learning for children from upper primary to second cycle school.

Speaking at the launch, Ulesson Sales Manager for West Africa, Oladayo Popoola, said the app was made available to children from grade four to Senior High School (SHS) Form ‘3’.

He added that subjects available on the app for the primary level are Mathematics, English, Science and Technology, while Junior High School (JHS) and SHS students can also learn Mathematics, English, Basic Design and Technology, Basic Science, Chemistry, Biology and Physics.

According to him, it was critical to launch the app in Ghana, because the organisation identified a gap in the double track system, and the application had been designed to support and equip students to learn on their own whilst at home.

Mr Popoola reiterated that the idea was to help pupils and students alike, to catch up with what they had been taught in school at their own pace at home, especially when they are on break, adding that renowned teachers were engaged to provide quality teaching.

He disclosed that the app had a dialogue box, where questions and answers would be provided in real time.

This comes along with uploading pictures of assignments, video library and a chance for students to access the works. He went on to say that the Ulesson app was affordable for all pockets.