Examinations of Basic Schools Started two weeks ago and per directive of the Prof. Kwasi Opoku Amankwa, Director General of Ghana Education Service, teachers and Management of Various Basic Schools in the Country should use manual mode of conducting exams without charging exam fees, he instructed that the Regional and District Directors should ensure the directive is followed.
After selecting the person who will lead the NDC as the presidential candidate come 2024, the next daunting task is to choose the candidate. Some political analysts have attributed the massive defeat of the National Democratic Congress in the recent 2020 elections to the selection of Jane Naana Opoku Agyemang as Vice President.
The Director General Of Ghana Education Service, Professor Opoku Amankwa has revealed that, the next GES recruitment will include Distance, Sandwich and Degree Holders. According to Mr. Opoku-Amankwa, his outfit is waiting on the Financial Ministry to grant the Ministry of Education (MoE) clearance so that GES can begin the recruitment process.
The Director General Of Ghana Education Service, Professor Opoku Amankwa, has revealed when primary school teachers and remaining teachers who are yet to recieve their TM1 laptops will get it. In an interview on UTV's Mpu ne Mpu, Prof Amankwa said that, the distribution of the laptops will be completed by the middle of September 2022.
The Ghana Education is making plans to make major revision in it's academic calendar. According to the Director-General of Ghana Education Service, Prof. Kwasi Opoku–Amankwa, his outfit is working around the clock to revert the calendar to normal state before COVID-19. He noted that the current calendar doesn't help the final year WASSCE Candidates as their counterparts in neighbouring West Africa countries have already written their final year WASSCE examination.
Director General of the Ghana Education Service (GES), Prof Opoku Amankwa has visited most Senior High Schools (SHS) in the Eastern Region to observed the preparation of the schools ahead of of upcoming WASSCE examination. The schools he visited includes Oda Senior High School, Achiase Senior High School, Aprade Senior High School among others.
Due to a lack of basic food supplies in the Adutwum-led education sector in the country, some secondary schools have been compelled to plan meals so that breakfast and lunch can be taken together, while other schools have decided to forego the breakfast completely. Since then, the sector minister has been spotted eating and drinking with students in their dining halls as part of his public relations effort at senior high schools.
The Director-General of the Ghana Education Service (GES), Prof. Kwasi Opoku-Amankwa, has indicated that Senior High Schools (SHSs) in Ghana will return to writing the West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) between the May/June period in 2024. Prof Opoku-Amankwa said that the change in the duration of the examination would ensure that Ghanaian students write it at the same period as their West African colleagues, graphic.com.gh.
Prof. Kwasi Opoku Amankwah, who is the Director-General of the Ghana Education Service (GES), has recently revealed that a review of the Free Senior High School Policy is underway. According to him, the goal of the review is to determine which of the cost components of the policy can go to parents.
Professor Kwasi Opoku-Amankwa, the Director-General of the Ghana Education Service (GES), has denied a report regarding the Free Senior High School Program that was attributed to him. He claims that the report's headline is "misleading" and "does not reflect the significance of the story."
In order to maintain their financial stability, freshly employed instructors who have not yet gotten their Staff IDs have been told by Prof. Opoku Amankwa to perform galamsey or other types of hard labor. This topic was covered in an interview that aired on UTV today, July 22, 2022.
The government is not revisiting the Free Senior High School Policy, according to Prof. Kwasi Opoku-Amankwa, Director-General of the Ghana Education Service (GES). Any decision to revise the policy, in his opinion, will come from the President. He said that "The GES is a government organisation and does not develop or begin evaluation of policy" in a statement dated July 22, 2022.
The Spokesperson for Ministry of Education, Mr. Kwasi Kwarteng, has denied rumors that Free SHS is under review to determine components to be paid by parents. His comments contradicts and clashes with what the Director General Of GES, Prof Opoku said that it is under review.
The government is not reviewing the Free Senior High School Policy, according to Prof. Kwasi Opoku-Amankwa, Director-General of the Ghana Education Service (GES). Any decision to review the policy, he claims, will come from the President. He stated in a statement dated July 22, 2022, "The GES is a government agency and does not formulate or initiate policy review."
The Director General of the Ghana Education Service, Prof. Kwasi Opoku Amankwah, has revealed that the Free Senior High School system is currently under review. According to Prof. Kwasi Opoku Amankwah, the essence of the review is to determine which cost components of the system parents can shoulder to ensure quality in the delivery of education in the country.
The Director-General of the Ghana Education Service (GES), Prof. Kwasi Opoku Amankwah, has unveiled that the public authority is right now assessing the Free Senior High School (Free SHS) strategy. As per Prof Opoku Amankwah, the survey is to figure out which advantages of the Free SHS will be surrendered by the public authority and moved to guardians to pay.
The Director-General of the Ghana Education Service (GES), Prof. Kwasi Opoku Amankwah, has revealed that the public authority is at present investigating the Free Senior High School (Free SHS) strategy. As indicated by Prof Opoku Amankwah, the survey is to figure out which advantages of the Free SHS will be surrendered by the public authority and moved to guardians to pay, myjoyonline.com reports.
The Ghana Education Service (GES), says a review of the Free Senior High School policy is underway to determine how much parents can pay. The Director General of the Ghana education service, Prof Opoku Amankwah said his statistics team is to conducts 'unit cost analysis' on a student as far as educating the student in terms of quality education is concerned.
In recent times, the debate over which Senior High School in Ghana possesses the most beautiful and attractive gates has gained topical discussion on social media. Present and past students of some famous Senior High Schools have spared no time to showcase and brag about the beauty of their school gate to troll each other.
According to Prof. Kwasi Opoku Amankwah, Director-General of the Ghana Education Service (GES), the government is now evaluating its policy on free senior high schools (Free SHS). According to Prof. Opoku Amankwah, the evaluation will determine which Free SHS benefits the government will give up and charge parents for, according to myjoyonline.com.