There will be transparency in Schools Placement System – GES Assures

Education Gen. Info/Quotes
As a result, a training and sensitization campaign has been implemented throughout the nation to involve stakeholders in understanding the procedures and how students may be supported to accomplish the necessary.
Katakyie Kwame Opoku Agyemang, the Central Regional Free SHS Coordinator, told the Ghana News Agency (GNA) in Cape Coast that the process could be done well if all parents were engaged.
He said that the selection procedure, which enabled each applicant to attend a total of six institutions, will take place from Monday, November 29 through Tuesday, December 14.
He said that 139 technical and vocational schools, 16 of which are in the Central Region, have been incorporated into the Free SHS Policy to make it easy for those interested to be enrolled.
In addition, 120 special category ‘C’ schools, 12 of which are in the Region, have been designated as options for students interested in living at the boarding home.
Speaking about why students were now required to choose schools after taking the Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE), he said that it was to provide them enough time to make their decisions while also allowing them to concentrate on their exams.
Katakyie Opoku Agyemang said that the training program will be expanded to stakeholders in several districts and circuits to assist alleviate the persistent issue of student admittance.
“It would also assist decrease the stress and frustration that parents, guardians, schools, and candidates experience at such times,” he said.

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