The Ghana Education Service (GES) opened the transfer window for teachers for the 2020/ 2021 academic year on Monday, 24th May 2021 for members in administration and in the field.
The purpose is to afford in-service teachers and staff members the opportunity to change their current station to a new one. Mostly, staff members who have spent four years (4) and above are those qualified.
The transfer window is currently opened. However, reports from many staff members,, especially teachers seeking release and transfer indicate that the processing of their documents to the appropriate authority has been put on hold.
Applicants are being told to hold on until September 2021 where they will know their fate whether they have been granted assurance or release from the education office.
According to the reason given by one education officer in the Ashanti region, the transfer has been put on hold because the government is making arrangements to employ some NABCO trainees in the Educate Ghana model into the GES as permanent teachers thus, the directive to put on hold.
However, reposting of staff members will be done in January 2022 to begin the academic year afresh. Those who wish to apply can still write letters to the education office and wait for further instruction Thereof.
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