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First-year SHS students to report to school today

First-year SHS students to report to school today

Education, Ghana News
Despite calls for a reconsideration of the reopening date, first-year senior high school students nationwide are expected to commence reporting to their respective schools today. In defiance of the pleas from parents and other stakeholders to extend the reporting date, citing various reasons, the Ghana Education Service (GES) has maintained the December 4 date. In response to these concerns, Parliament has urged the Minister of Education to contemplate rescheduling the reopening date to the first week of January instead of Monday, December 4. However, despite Parliament's appeal, the Ghana Education Service (GES) has declined the request.https://cdn.vuukle.com/widgets/quiz.html?version=1.14.0Advertisement In a statement, the GES emphasised that "It is the expectation of manage...
Nkwatia Presby SHS Assistant Headmaster relieved of his duties for slapping student.

Nkwatia Presby SHS Assistant Headmaster relieved of his duties for slapping student.

Education, Ghana News
The Ghana Education Service (GES) has relieved the Assistant Headmaster of Nkwatia Presby SHS for allegedly slapping a female student. The embattled Assistant Headmaster is reported to have assaulted the female student, believed to be in her second year, for going out of campus without an exeat. Following this, the GES in a press statement issued on Monday, August 28, condemned the conduct of the Assistant Headmaster. According to the Service, Headmasters and their assistants are to ensure the safety of students and teachers under their care and not otherwise. “The attention of the Management of Ghana Education Service (GES) has been drawn to a disturbing picture of a student of Nkwatia Presby SHS assaulted by the Assistant Headmaster (Academics) of the school.” “The GES un...
Education Ministry investigates Kumasi Islamic SHS chaos

Education Ministry investigates Kumasi Islamic SHS chaos

Ghana News
The Ministry of Education has launched investigations into Monday’s chaos on the campus of Islamic Senior High School in Kumasi. At least 30 students of the school were hospitalised following a clash between irate students and crowd-control police there. The students were protesting against pedestrian knockdowns involving some students and teachers of the school. Deputy Education Minister, John Ntim Fordjuor says the ministry will investigate the clash and institute appropriate measures. “ Every incident that occurs in every institution under the Ministry and GES, however minor it is, deserve attention; deserves looking into perhaps if there are some lessons going forward.” “And so on that premise, we are interested to know and to ascertain the facts beyond what we have...

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