The young, gifted ones in the country are doing marvelous projects which are beyond our understanding. Atta Gad, a student of Dr. Saunders Memorial School in Kintampo, Bono East Region, has drawn the attention of showing his creativity and surprising his mates and the teachers
The young boy whose dream is to fly an aeroplane one day has on his own began by creating a model or prototype of an aeroplane out of empty insecticides spray cans, electrical wires, a pen, and electronic motors that allow it to move from one place to another.
The family and friends of Atta are impressed and wish to see him go far in achieving his dream. They are counting on the general public support and as a country to encourage the young ones and guide them, so they can unearth their creativity to help themselves and the country as a whole.
STEM coordinators should use this opportunity to counsel a student who has dreams just like Atta about TVET programs (Technical and Vocational Education and Training) which is education and training that provides knowledge and skills for employment. TVET uses formal, non-formal, and informal learning. TVET is recognized to be a crucial vehicle for social equity, inclusion, and sustainable development in the country.