The Ghana Education Service (GES) has apologized to all stakeholders for the late communication of the postponement of reopening of senior high schools for final year students.
The Service announced its decision to postpone reopening on Tuesday, April 6, same day the Form 3 students were supposed to report to school.
It said it has considered a proposal by the Conference of Heads of Assisted Secondary Schools (CHASS)to delay the reopening of the final-year students.
The reopening was, therefore, moved to Wednesday, May 5.
“This is to give the Form 3 students an uninterrupted instructional period till they write their final examination.”
But already some had made it to school and they expressed frustrations about this late announcement.
But the GES apologized for this in a statement issued to announce the development in a tweet sighted by bibinionline.com.
See the tweet below.
We apologize profusely… pic.twitter.com/CwgH8Gzo9T
— Ghana Education Service (@gheduservice) April 6, 2021
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