EducationGhana, June 9, GES: Teachers who had challenges with the recently released promotion examination conducted by the Ghana Education Service (GES) are being asked by the GES to submit hard copies of their documents to the headquarters for clarification and confirmation.
Information gathered by EducationGhana suggests that some twenty-nine thousand teachers who have been promoted to their various grades in the GES are to take additional steps to successfully confirm their promotion status.
Teachers expected to submit their documents for confirmation are to do so not later than July 15, 2021, at the Human Resource Division of the Ghana Education Service.
Documents for submission
According to the GES, the affected staff should submit all their academic certificates, professional certificates, previous promotion letters, application print outs, and their first appointment letters.
The GES added, that the documents must be verified at the various district and regional offices before getting to the headquarters.
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The Ghana Education Service (GES) has released the list of candidates who got promoted after taking part in the February 2021 Promotion Examination (Aptitutde Test).
The GES in a statement issued on June 2, 2021, and signed by its Deputy Director General , Anthony Boateng indicated that out of 46,486 candidates who were shortlisted for the test, 29, 465 candidates representing 63.3% were promoted.
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