GES to commence the roll-out of GES PLC App in phase-2 regions

In a letter dated March 31, 2023, with reference number-GES/DD-G/Q&A/23/071, signed by Dr. Kwabena Tandoh; Deputy Director-General for Director General, the Ghana Education Service (GES) is informing all Regional Directors of Education of Ahafo region, Eastern region, Savannah region, Volta region, and Upper East region about the implementation of phase two of PLCs in basic schools in the aforementioned regions starting April 12, 2023.

GES has said it is doing this in basic schools to make sure that PLC sessions are conducted, and also to submit reports at the end of every session. It urged headteachers and curriculum leaders to download the PLC App so that they can create an account and sign up before using it.

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“As communicated earlier this year, the GES PLC App to support the implementation of the PLCs in schools will be roll-out in basic schools in the phase two regions: Upper East, Savannah, Ahafo, Central, Eastern and Volta starting from 12th April, 2023.

 All regional directors are to inform the District Directors to ensure that all the Headteachers and Curriculum Leads download the GES PLC App and create an account for signing up to start using it.

 By way of a reminder, District Directors, and other key Regional and District Officers trained are to ensure that all the basic schools use the GES PLC App to conduct their PLC sessions and submit report using the App at the end of each session. They are also expected to remotely monitor the PLC sessions, review the PLC reports submitted and provide appropriate feedback to schools using the PLC App dashboard. Counting on your usual support”, it said in the letter.

See letter below;

GES to commence the roll-out of GES PLC App in phase-2 regions
GES to commence the roll-out of GES PLC App in phase-2 regions

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