Government and Principals battle over 2021/22 Academic Year Reopening date for Colleges of Education

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EducationGhana, September 26, Colleges: The Government of Ghana and the Conference of Principals of Colleges of Education (PrinCof) have had an undecided conversation regarding the reopening date for public colleges of Education fr the 2021/22 Academic year.

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Information gathered by EducationGhana indicates that the Government of Ghana wanted Colleges of Education to defer their admissions for the next academic year until the release of the 2021 West African Senior Secondary Certificate Examination (WASSCE) results.

But the Principals insisted that the available number of candidates that applied for this year’s admission was enough to admit and begin the new academic year.

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A committee has therefore been tasked by a meeting between the Minister of Education and the leadership of the Conference of Principals within the week to come out with a favourable Calendar for the 2021/22 Academic year.

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