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GES has sanction the Headmistress of Aburi Girls SHS for charging illegal fees from students

The Ghana Education service has sanction or interdict the headmistress of Aburi Girls Senior High School for allegedly charging illegal fees from the students.

According to several reports, the headmistress by name Mrs. Alice Prempeh-Fordjour is interdicted because of charging illegal fees including teacher motivation fees from final year students.

According to the headmistress and the Parent Teacher Association (PTA) at the school, this decision to take these amounts or monies from students was not solely her idea but rather, it took the whole parents of the students in a PTA meeting to accept this decision.

The PTA is therefore pleading to the GES on behalf of the headmistress to remove the interdiction or sanction as she was only doing what the parents ask her to do.

However, according to GES rules, no senior high school staff is to charge even a single amount of money on the students. According to their policies, it violates it and any one caught charging any amount no matter how small it may be may face the disciplinary committee.

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