The Ghana Education Service in a letter released on 25th November 2021, is set to monitor some 240 sampled schools.
According to the letter the management of Ghana Education Service (GES) has approved the conduct of two (2) weeks multi-agency monitoring exercise in 240 Primary, Junior High Schools and Senior High School from 29 November, 2021.
The Monitoring will be interacting with Head teachers, Curriculum Lead Teachers and Students of the selected schools between the periods of the exercise stated above. The monitoring exercise will be carried out by eight (8) teams composed of staff from the Reform Secretariat, GES HQ, PBME, NaCCA, NTC, NaSIA, GHLA, NSS and COTVET.
According to GES, the objectives of the monitoring exercise is firstly to interact and collect performance data on leading/lagging indicators in the 2021 Roadmaps, towards 2021 Annual Review Meeting.
2. The objective is to Collect school level data on selected ESP indicators to compare with 2020 performance. 3. Interact with Regional and District Directors on the key leaming interventions and how Reform Secretariat and MoE can support to improve and increase impact.
3. The letter added that the goal is to monitor the quality of GES leading indicators and how they are being collected, collated and reported from School to National Level and make recommendations where necessary. 5. Collect data on PLCs implementation and discuss the underlining factors accounting for the low PLC meetings as reported by the Fol
Again it is to collect data on school conditions and Teacher Professionalization.
It is also to collect data on the Penetration of Reforms at the school level.
Lastly the later states that among the objective is to provide practical recommendation to support programming, planning and resourcing.
By this letter, Regional Directors of Education are kindly requested to assist the Teams to reach the targeted schools and provide the necessary assistance for the success of the Monitoring Exercise through the respective Metro/Municipal/District Directors of Education." The letter added.
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