The Ghana education service (GES) demands all teachers who are engaged in the Ghana statistical service (GSS) 2021 enumeration exercise write a permission letter to the GES office.
The Ghana statistical service (GSS) has started the training of the 2021 population and houses enumerators on Tuesday 1st June which would end on Friday 11th June 2021 of which 50% of the trainees are GES Teachers.
Ghana education service therefore required all teachers undergoing this training for the population and housing census to write permission letters to notify them of their absence in their various schools.
They insisted that all teachers involved should kindly write the GES Offices in the various Districts for their good.
This is to help them know the total number of teachers who would be absent in school during the time of population and houses enumeration.
They entreated each person involved to do that before the end of this week.
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