GES warns against marketing prospectus goods to Form One students

The Heads of Second Cycle Schools have been warned by the Ghana Education Service (GES) not to sell anything from the prospectus to Form One candidates who come to their schools for admission.

Also, it was noticed that certain heads were giving away stuff to students for free.

“Management of the Ghana Education Service takes serious issue to this behaviour and wishes to clarify explicitly that the practise is forbidden and must cease with immediate effect,” the GES said.

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Additionally, it has urged Heads of Schools to only request things that have been approved and said that “Any Head of School caught demanding any item(s) other than the allowed ones would be severely sanctioned.”

According to a statement made by Prince Charles Agyemang-Duah, the Schools and Instructions Division’s acting director, GES will soon start looking into the problems to make sure the proper things are done at the schools.

According to a press release from Prince Charles Agyemang-Duah, acting director of the division responsible for schools and instruction, investigations into the problems will shortly begin.

Read full statement below;

Image credit: GES


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