GES Promotion 2021: Teachers Reactions to a Question that Cause Massive Stir
Ghana Education Service moved from face to face interview of promoting teachers into various ranks in the service. The maiden Ghana Education Service Aptitude test for promotion into various ranks in the service was 2020. The second batch of Teachers writing the aptitude Test for the 2021.
On Thursday 25th February, 2021. Teachers seeking to be promoted to the following ranks Assistant Director II and Assistant Director I in Ghana Education Service wrote aptitude test in centers across the country.
The teachers seeking for promotion to Assistant Director II reacted to a question that caused massive stir on social media.
There was Seventy-five(75) set of multiple choice questions including True/False questions.
The question that got many people talking about.
Question: Fifty students in a class were presented for examination, forty-five students passed the exam, and five students failed. What is the percentage of students who failed in the exams.
Teachers reaction to the question has got many people questioning them, what have they been teaching our kids in school.
Some teachers complained bitterly, they were not allowed to use calculator, so the were not able to solve this simple mathematics.
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