SHS students who will prepare to take their WASSCE exams in May /
June this year are likely to switch to tertiary education while COVID-19
is still in the process.
According to Dr. Kwabena Bempah Tandoh, deputy director, created a
committee consisting of Deputy Chancellors and other stakeholders to
create a road map that allows students to move up to the next level,
even if WASSCE is not written. Total Ghana Education Service (GES).
“A committee has been formed with Deputy Chancellor and others to
discuss how children can move up to the next level, even if COVID-19
continues,” he said in an interview with Peace FM Kwami Sefa Kayi at the
morning program. Kokrokoo “.
Recall that WAEC ordered the detention of WASSCE this year after the
appearance of COVID-19 in the five countries involved in the review,
namely: Nigeria, Ghana, Sierra Leone, Gambia and Liberia.
At present, students from all of these countries are home after school.
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