The Ghana Education Service is set to conduct a supplementary promotional exam for persons who would not be able to take part in the ongoing GES promotion exam due to the inability of the service to generate index numbers for the said individuals.
The Director-General of the Ghana Education Service has promised in a press release that a supplementary test would be organized for the affected teachers upon provision of their details for verification.
Indeed, during his tour of the Accra College of Education venue, the Director-General was specific, that the supplementary test would be organized a week or two, hence.
GNAT INTERVENTION; A press release signed by the General Secretary of the Ghana National Association of Teachers (GNAT), an interview conducted indicates that the anomaly has come to the notice of the union that significant numbers of teachers were not allowed to write the GES Promotion Test 2021, on the pretext that they did not have index numbers for it.
“We have taken the issue up and made the Director-General of the Ghana Education Service aware that it was no fault of theirs that the affected teachers did not have the said index numbers”, the statement added.
The leadership is therefore calling on all affected members to stay calm as matters will be resolved soon.
“In the light of this, we urge all affected teachers to remain calm, since leadership is working to ensure that they are not disadvantaged, and believing that the said Supplementary test would be organized for them as promised”, the statement added.
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