GES must apologise for changing final year SHS students' academic calendar
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GES must apologise for changing final year SHS students' academic calendar


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The Ranking Member on Parliament's Education Committee, Peter Nortsu-Kotoe has chided the Ghana Education Service for its impromptu restructuring of the academic calendar for third-year high school students.

The form 3 students were to have reported to school on April 6 and be in school until 28th May 2021.

With the new arrangement, final year students are to report on May 5, 2021.


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