The CSSPS was introduced in 2005 as part of the Ministry of Education (MOE) and Ghana Education Service (GES) grand plan of programmes and interventions intended to expand access and improve the quality of education through teaching and learning as well as curricular development.
Junior High School Students are given a register of Senior High Schools in the country for students to select five schools out of seven hundred Schools.
The CSSPS is computer software that use set of algorithms in placing students in the Senior High School.
If the candidate's aggregate falls within the merit of the programme chosen for their first choice, the CSSPS then checks the student's preferred residential status for space and places him or her accordingly. If the desired residential status is full, the CSSPS moves him or her to the second choice.
Duties of the CSSPS Coordinator
Coordinate and set criteria for placement of BECE candidates. Intensive public education and organize workshops for the sensitization of Stakeholders on registration and school selection by students and expectation of WAEC and GES. Manage the student information system; complaints and feedback mechanisms. Educate public on the CSSPS.
Request for signed lists of students. Perform test run of online school selection.
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