Free senior high school has many challenges as opined by one of university of Ghana renowned senior lecturer, professor Gyampo.
He has hit the head of the nill during an interview granted by star fm, Hosted by nana Aba Anamoah
He explained that teachers feel worried and panic when speaking boldly to the public about the challenges popping up at the educational sector now since they may be point tag by authorities and transfer...
Gyampo asserted that most devoted teachers speaks to parents privately about the predicament of the free senior high school programme..
Prof made a concern explanation to the general public that
Due to challenges attached, if teachers comment or saddline any of the challenges to the general public you are likely to be transferred.
In other news he explained that the minister of education has clarify to the public that if you are parents and you wish to pay your ward fees, you are Highley welcom and will be applauded...
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