The Africa Education Watch attention has been drawn to inappropriate content in some National Council for Curriculum and Assessment (NaCCA) approved textbooks.
According to the education think-tank, they have received many reactions of the said anomally and has therefore provided a medium for the concerns of the general public to be channeled.
Persons who finds any content inappropriate should report immediately for verification and reviewing by NaCCA.
In a post published, they wrote;
Our attention has been drawn to some alleged inappropriate content in some basic school textbooks.
Eduwatch has thus decided to assist by constituting a Team to review only NaCCA approved textbooks with any such deficits.
If you have any issue with the content of any NaCCA Approved textbook, kindly share with us the specific issue and evidence that textbook is NaCCA approved, via firstname.lastname@example.org to enable us to verify, review and engage NaCCA.
However, individuals can get access to the NaCCA’s list of approved textbooks via: