We Are Sorry For The Late Communication Of Reopening Dates – GES
According to the GES, the decision to postpone the date was necessitated by a late emergency meeting by key stakeholders in the educational sector hence the lapse in communication.
Speaking in a radio interview sighted by Tapnewsgh, the Director-General, Prof Kwasi Opoku-Amankwa said he understands the frurtustration parents are going through because of the change in date.
In a Facebook post, it said this was after management considered a proposal from the Conference of Heads of Assisted Secondary Schools (CHASS).
The Service said, “This applies to all Form 3 students (single track and double track schools). Further details will be announced. All other arrangements on the calendar remain unchanged.”