The Executive Director of the Institute of Education (IFEST) Studies, Peter Partey Anti, has said the scholastic schedule in Ghana ought to be restrategized following the episode of the Coronavirus (Covid-19) and its effect on the instructive division.
The flare-up of the infection in Ghana has upset the scholarly schedule after all schools were shut down so as to contain the infection.
Last year understudies in the colleges and the Senior High Schools, be that as it may, were reviewed to empower them to compose their last assessments.
Mr Anti clarified on TV3's Covid-19 360 Wednesday, August 12 that if the circumstance isn't taken a gander at appropriately, it is probably going to twist the following scholarly schedule.
"In the event that the scholarly schedule isn't planned in September, we will have heaps of understudies who are to move to the following level and who can't do that," he said.
He included ''we ought to sit and gain from the exercises of somewhat re-opening of schools and plan and push ahead and progress easily ''.
Mr Anti further clarified that administration of Ghana's training should give a carefully conceived arrangement on the conceivable re-opening of schools.
He stated, "It is for all intents and purposes troublesome and if school will be returned discount there is the requirement for them to know explicitly the sort of re-opening ''.
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