The Mobile School Report Card (mSRC) is an application based system, developed to help in collating details on Ghana Accountability for Learning Outcomes Project (GALOP) schools across the country.
The system, which has been developed to replace the traditional paper-based School Report Card has currently been successfully piloted in about 20 Districts across the country.
The mSRC was developed in 2014 by the Ghana Education Service (GES) with financial support from the UNICEF.
The application provides Schools, District and Regional Directors, Stakeholders and the general public the opportunity to access data on GALOP Beneficiary Schools at just a click.
The mSRC, which was implemented in 2015 is believed to be more reliable, quick and up-to-date school-level data source on key education indicators, triggering interest among key actors regarding further expansion of the program to new districts.
The system was developed by a Ghanaian-based tech firm known as TechMerge.
Currently, the GES is organising training for Heads of Basic Schools that are beneficiaries of the Ghana Accountability of Learning Outcome Program (GALOP).