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Mr. Daniel Attrams holds Msc. Degree in Development Policy and Planning from Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (Ghana), a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Political Science from University of Ghana–Legon and a Certificate in Education from S.D.A Training College, Asokore Koforidua.
Daniel Attrams is a national of Ghana with twenty years experience in Education Management. He worked on USAID sponsored educational project called Quality Education in Primary School for five years. His role on this assignment was to ensure effective teaching and learning in all the seven southern regions in Ghana.
He also managed Care International educational programs in Ashanti region from 2007 to 2012.
He was the Educational Sector Specialist for World University Services of Canada from 2012 to 2014. He also worked as a programs Director in charge of Education for Youth Development Research and Innovation Centre. He currently works at DANKAMF Educational Complex as a Director. His main role is to provide technical support to the headmaster in the day to day running of the school.
As a professional teacher, Daniel Attrams taught in several basic schools in Ghana from 1996 to 1999. Having gained all these rich experiences in the field of Education Management, Daniel has thought it wise to establish DANKAMF EDUCATIONAL COMPLEX to provide quality education to children of all race to transform their lives and the lives of other people around them.
The school was established on 11th January 2016 by Mr. Daniel Attrams and Mrs. Florence Attrams with the ultimate goal of transforming lives through quality education. The founder beliefs that education is the only tool for changing the world. Formal education plays a vital role in shaping a person’s behavior and personality. It enables decision making skills as well as instills a sense of right and wrong among students so that when they reach a certain age they are well prepared to take on the stiff challenges that life and other factors present.