The Director-General of the Ghana Education Service, Dr. Kwasi Opoku Amankwah has cautioned head teachers of public schools about charging illegal fees from parents. His statement follows complaints received at the headquarters from concerned parents whose wards are beneficiaries of the government’s free senior high school education, a social intervention programme.
The Ghana Education Service released the 2022 Promotion and Aptitude Test advertisement pretty earlier than expected. The main reason for this early announcement is not clear. However, a series of uncharacteristic challenges engulfed the 20201 promotion results. The Education supervisory body wants to minimise those problems to the bearest minimum this time.
Prof Kwasi Opoku-Amankwa, Director General(Ghana Education Service) Biography Prof. Kwasi Opoku was appointed as Acting Director-General by H.E the President of the Republic of Ghana in April 2017. He assumed office on the15th of May 2017 and was subsequently confirmed as Director-General in October 2017. He is an Associate Professor at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) in Kumasi and until his appointment was the Dean of the International Programmes Office (IPO) of the University.
Thank you for clicking on this article.Ghana Education Service is the full meaning of GES.The Ghana Education Service is responsible for Providing and overseeing Basic Education, Senior High Education, Technical Education as well as Special Education.
In a news sighted by Ghanatrendz in @Mynewsgh affirmed that the Director-General of the Ghana Education Service (GES) Professor Kwasi Opoku Amankwa is now positive for the novel coronavirus. Photo used for illustrative purpose: Teacher Opoku Amankwa who is an individual from a 11-part advisory group led by Senior Minister Yaw Osafo-Maafo to mold out modalities planned for reviving schools is one of five individuals to have tried positive for the infection. The Educationist has since been isolated at a wellbeing
Please don't forget to follow me for more news by clicking on the plus sign at the top right corner. The Ghana Education Service (GES) will through the quit of this year recruit about 93,724 teachers from faculties of schooling and universities to serve at revered areas in the country, Prof. Kwasi-Opoku said on Monday. Speaking to the Daily Graphic Newspaper, the Director-General of the Ghana Education Service (GES) said his outfit has begun the recruitment of 16,500 educated instructors who performed Colleges