The administration of the university of cape coast in charge of the three-semester degree top-up program has officially informed Ghana Education Service to allow teachers to write their end-of-semester examination.
The Institute has drawn the Management's attention to the fact that some teachers of the Junior High School who are part of the special program to upgrade diploma holden to a degree.
They are expected to go for face-to-face interaction with their lectures from the first week of May.
The District Director is to supervise the headmaster of the affected school is to put in the necessary arrangement to ensure that academic work is not disrupted.
Also, Regional Directors should direct District Directors to strictly supervise these treaties to ensure that the students do not lose out during the period.
The 3-semester Bachelor of Education Programmes is an initiative by the Institute of Education, University of Cape Coast, in collaboration with the Ministry of Education and the Ghana National Association of Teachers.
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