Here are the various ranks in the Ghana Education Service in a descending order: Structure of Education in Ghana At present, the system is divided into six years of elementary education and three years of junior secondary education (jointly referred to as basic education), followed by three of senior secondary education and standard four-year university programs Functions. The Ghana Education Service is responsible for; Providing and overseeing Basic Education, Senior High Education, Technical Education
The Ghana Education Service is an agency under the Ministry of Education responsible for implementing policies that ensure that Ghanaians of school going age irrespective of their tribe, gender disability, religion and political deposition receive quality formal education. The Ghana Education Service is governed by a council called the GES Council. The service has teaching and non-teaching staffs. On yearly basis, the Service organizes promotional interview for staff to upgrade deserving staff to higher gra
National Executive Council Meeting and meeting with Ghana Education Management on 5th January, 2021. National Executives Council(NEC) set up a sub-committees to work on the following issues, to justify the need for funds for the activities i. Practical fees ii. Justification for PTA(why collapse) iii. Justification for review of fees capitation National Executive Council Program outline for the year, meeting with management Ghana Education Management invited National Executive Council(NEC) for a meeting
The long wait for the release of the 2021 Teachers' Aptitude Test is over as the the Ghana Education Service Council has responded to the cry of the teachers by releasing the results of the test conducted in February, 2021. In all, 46,486 candidates sat for the test, of which 29,465 representing 63.3% passed.
The ministry of Education has come out with a committee instituted to provide the roadmap for the reopening of our schools from the pre-tertiary level. The committee which is headed by a former minister of education and the current board Chairman of the GetFund, Professor Dominic Fobih, is but without the inclusion of any of the leadership of the various teacher Unions such as the GNAT or Nagrat. The members of the committee are as follows: 1. Mr. Michael Nsowah ~ Chair, GES Council The committee which was inaugurated