Ferdinand | EducationGhana | October 4 |GNACOPS Empowers Private School Leaders in Greater Accra with Legal Education Training Program
“The Ghana National Council of Private Schools (GNACOPS) recently hosted a law in education training program for school owners, administrators, head teachers, and proprietors of private schools in Greater Accra. The training focused on the latest laws and regulations governing education in Ghana”
Accra, Ghana -The Ghana National Council of Private Schools (GNACOPS) recently hosted a law in education training program for school owners, administrators, head teachers, and proprietors of private schools in Greater Accra. The training focused on the latest laws and regulations governing education in Ghana.
The GNACOPS training covered a wide range of topics, including the Education Act, 2008 (Act 778), the Children’s Act, 1998 (Act 560), and the Persons with Disability Act, 2006 (Act 715). The training also covered topics such as child protection, teacher misconduct, and discipline.
Over 200 participants from private schools in Greater Accra attended the training. The training was facilitated by a team of experts from the Ghana Education Service (GES), the Ministry of Education, and the National Council for Curriculum and Assessment (NaCCA).
The GNACOPS training is part of the organization’s commitment to ensuring that private schools in Ghana comply with all applicable laws and regulations. The GNACOPS believes that compliance with the law is essential for creating a safe and supportive learning environment for all students.
The GNACOPS is a non-governmental organization that represents the interests of private schools in Ghana. The organization was founded in 2001 and has over 2,000 member schools.
The GNACOPS plays an important role in advocating for the rights of private schools and their students. The organization also provides a variety of services to its members, including professional development training, research, and support.
The GNACOPS’ law in education training program for private schools in Greater Accra was a timely and important event. The training provided participants with the knowledge and skills they need to ensure that their schools are in compliance with all applicable laws and regulations.
The training also helped to promote awareness of the latest laws and regulations governing education in Ghana.
The GNACOPS law in education training program is one of many initiatives that the organization is undertaking to improve the quality of education in private schools in Ghana. The GNACOPS is committed to working with the government and other stakeholders to create a more supportive environment for private schools and their students.
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