Electricity is one of the essential things in modern day communication and learning processes.Most schools require electricity to organise preps and teach during the night. Information trickling from the District Education Directorates indicate that, Ghana Education Service Headquarters is urgently seeking to know all Junior High Schools in the country with electricity.
Ghana Education Service begun the distribution of the questionnaires on the 2021 Annual School Census yesterday, Monday 31st May, 2021. The supervisory body has also commenced the training workshops for Heads of school on the 2021 Annual School Census (ASC) for all Pre-tertiary schools in the country, that is both public and private.
Hello, thanks for clicking on this article.Please share and subscribe.The Ghana Education Service has released a statements to the press and to all teachers as well as all stakeholders.The letter is about the upcoming Population and Housing Census which is to start next month.
There are reports that suggest that Basic schools are to break for this year's Easter holidays.The Ghana Education Service Headquarters and some District Education Directorates have issued statements informing teachers and pupils about the impending break.
The Ghana Education Service (GES) is set to reform the entire education system in the country. This exercise is aiming at providing efficient and effective delivery of the core mandate of education in the country. This core mandate is to provide quality, equitable and all inclusive educational opportunity for every child in Ghana. Mr. Anthony Boateng, the Deputy Director- General of Ghana Education Service in charge of Management Services, speaking at a workshop on the Secondary Education Improvement Project