GES conveys a clear message to parents as it distributes information regarding student placement

As it announces the placement of pupils in the various schools across the nation, the Ghana Education Service (GES) is requesting that parents exercise extreme caution.

The GES asserts that they are unaffiliated with those who demand or accept payment in order to facilitate enrollment in schools and urge parents to report such individuals to the authorities.

Dr. Eric Nkansah, Director-General of the Ghana Education Service, said during a news conference a while back that they have beefed up their internal controls by bringing in outside organisations to keep an eye on their systems for abuses.

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372,780 kids have been enrolled automatically in the schools of their choice.

However, 165,601 were eligible for self-placement but they were unable to be matched with their preferences.

The admissions process begins on February 20th, when students are expected to report to their schools.

On February 27, 2023, classes are scheduled to start.

The GES reassured parents that their children will be enrolled in a school as soon as they met the requirements to do so and advised them to be patient.


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