Management of Ghana Education Service has expressed their appreciation to district Directors, Regional Directors, heads of second cycle institutions and security agencies for their efforts to make the West African Secondary School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) 2021 successful, the WASSCE will soon come to an end, some students have completed their entire examinations, last paper will be written on 8th October, 2021.
The West African Examination Council has commenced the registration process for the 2021 Basic Education Certificate Examination which is scheduled to take place in November instead of the usual June.Reports from the various District Education Examination Officers indicate that Headteachers of some public Junior High Schools are registering pupils from Private schools for the 2021 Basic Education Certificate Examination.
The Management of the West African Examination Council (WAEC), has released an official statement concerning the latest status of the 2021 WASSCE. In a press release signed by Mrs. Agnes Teye-Cudjoe , the Head of Public Affairs for the Head of National Office on Friday 19th November 2021 it states that; The West African Examinations Council wishes to update its numerous publics on the West African Senior School Certificate Examination for School Candidates, 2021.
Ghana Education Service: Academic Intervention For Double Track Schools. Management of Ghana Education Service introduced academic intervention for double track schools in 2018, the intervention was introduced for teachers to cover topics specified in the syllabus and Learning lost. Guidelines for the intervention was given to schools to follow, a timetable template was designed for all schools to serve as a blueprint for schools to prepare their academic intervention timetable.
Contractors working on the 2 Billion Dollar Tamale Interchange Project are busily working to complete the Project on scheduled time. According to the contractors, work is 70 percent complete and baring any last minute challenges, the project will be completed on July 31st 2021. The Interchange is the first to be constructed in Northern Ghana is part of the 2 Billion Dollar Facility from Sinohydro Master Project Agreement. The Project consist of one Kilometer long which links the leading from the Dapema Palace
It has been the trend in the Senior High Schools, students have been damaging school properties when they have issues with the school authorities. Ghana Education Service send a message to the heads of second cycle schools to surcharged students who damage school properties. Few daws to the end of the West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE), Management of Ghana Education Service released a circular to the Senior High Schools to caution the final year students, any students who misbehave will be prosecuted and be made to face the full rigors of the law.
Students of the University of Education, Winneba has on Tuesday, September 7, 2021, registered their displeasure and petitioned the management and the Students Representative Council over the delays in releasing their examination results. For the past three semesters, students have not been able to see and know their examination results excluding this semester which adds up to four semesters.
GES Closes Enrollment Portal For SHS1, What is the Faith of the Backlog Students Management of Ghana Education Service wrote to Heads of Senior High Schools that the enrollment portal for admission into Senior High Schools will be closed on Friday 2nd April, 2021.
Ghana Education Service: Heads of Senior High Schools are to assign SHS1 Students to Tracks Management of Ghana Education Service in consultations with heads of Second circle institutions agreed to return the double track system to ensure meaningful social distance in the schools.
Management of Ghana Education Service welcomes all first years students to their various schools as school open officially today, Thursday March 18, 2021.
School Placement: GES Task Heads of Schools to Regularize Manual Enrollment Management of Ghana Education Service has instructed heads of Senior High Schools to regularize students enrolled manually in their schools.
Head coach of struggling Accra Hearts Of Oak, Samuel Boadu has shown his readiness to leave the after series of poor results in the ongoing Ghana Premier League. Hearts Of Oak suffered a 2:0 defeat on the road against Ashanti Gold Sporting Club in week four of the Ghana Premier League.
The Management of the University of Cape Coast (UCC), otherwise called the University of Choice has given new dates for all sandwich understudies taking all things together the examination communities the nation over.
The Management of the University of Cape Coast (UCC), also known as the University of Choice has issued new dates for all sandwich students in all the study centres across the country.
The Management of the Ghana Education Service (GES) as the 2021 academic year comes to an end has given new reopening and vacation dates for prospective students in Senior High Schools (SHSs) across the country. According to the new 2021 academic calendar, First-year Green track students in Senior High Schools (SHSs) will reopen the school on Wednesday, September 1, 2021, and Second year Gold track students also on the same date.
The National Organizer of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) has expressed his appreciation to the President of the Republic, His Excellency Nana Addo Danquah Akufo-Addo, for his appointment as the new General Director of National Lottery Authority (NLA). “Thank you Mr. President for the confidence reposed in me”, he tweeted this morning.
The Ghana Education Service has rescheduled the reopening date for newly placed Senior High School Students in Form 1.
In accordance with the National Lotto Act 722 and Lottery Regulations L. I.1948, the National Lottery Authority (NLA) has suspended all collaboration agreements which do not seem to have received the appropriate Board Approval.
Achimota School refused admission for two Dreadlocks students and the issue was reported to the management of Ghana Education Service which subsequently released directives for the school to admit the Dreadlocks students.
Some students of the Ghana Institute Of Journalism (GIJ) are appealing to the management of the School to recend their decision asking students who paid their School Fees late to defer their courses to next academic year.