JUST IN: 2017,2018 and 2019 College of Education Graduates to be posted on Monday

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Graduates from the Country’s Public Colleges of Education who completed College in 2017, 2018 and 2019 shall be posted to their various Regions from Monday, November 23, 2020.

The Minister made this revelation on JAMAN 103.7 Radio on Friday, November 20, 2020.

According to the Minister, the  2017 and 2018 graduates from colleges of Education who were denied postings for obvious reasons and were allowed to reapply shall be posted alongside 2019 graduates who completed their National Service.

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GES Earlier Response

Earlier, the Ghana Education Service (GES) directed all Newly trained teachers who completed College in 2018 but have not been posted to submit Their details to their respective regional Education offices.

The Ghana Education Service said such victims must have completed their National Service.

The teachers must have also passed the Teacher Licensing Exams.

Meanwhile, the GES emphasized that Only the list submitted by the Regional Offices will be worked on.

2017 Unposted Teachers

Some teachers who graduated from College of Education in 2017 and have not been posted by the Ghana Education Service has threatened to Storm the headquarters of the Education Service today, Monday, November 25, 2019.

The teachers said they were not posted due to some irregularities in 2017.

According to them, they have corrected those irregularities, wrote and passed the licensure exams.

Majority of them are believed to have ended their National Service with few almost done with theirs this year.

The teachers said they shall meet with the management of the GES to ensure those of them who met the requirements are being posted by close of day.


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