President Akufo-Addo said the Ministry of Education continues to engage the Ghana Education Service (GES) and all relevant stakeholders to conclude discussions on the modalities surrounding the re-opening of pre-tertiary schools.
The President said this during his 15th national address on measures being taken against the spread of COVID-19 on Sunday night August 17, 2020.
“I will communicate, in due course, the decisions that will be reached from these consultations.”
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“You can be rest assured that I will always take into prime consideration the safety and well-being of our children, teachers and non-teaching staff in the decisions that will be taken because I am determined to ensure that the education of our children is not unduly disturbed by this pandemic,” he said.
Reopening of Tertiary Institutions
President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has directed that tertiary institutions should re-open on August 24, 2020, for continuing students who have not completed their academic work for the year to do so.
In his 15th national address on measures being taken against the spread of COVID-19 on Sunday night [August 17, 2020], President Akufo-Addo said the decision to re-open the tertiary institutions follows “extensive stakeholder consultations.”
completed their studies for the academic year.
“The exception is the University of Cape Coast, the University of Health and Allied Sciences, Technical Universities and some other Colleges.”
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