As a response to the aforesaid goal, the Government has introduced Free Primary Education as a significant strategy towards the achievement of Basic Education for All by the year 2015. The initiatives towards the achievement of the latter includes: free accesses to primary education, provision of textbooks and stationery for primary education and book rental scheme for secondary education learners: bursary scheme for the orphans and the needy, primary school feeding scheme, integration of learners with special needs into the education system and equal opportunities for all learners irrespective of gender and ethnicity. Alongside these egalitarian drives elements of quality, equity and relevance inherent in the concept of basic education have placed a vital need for development of curriculum systems and modes of assessment which ensure efficient and effective development of personal and social, practical, and vocational skills of learners.