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Education reforms: Private schools no longer part of Ghana Education Service

As part of the new education reforms by the Ghana Education Service (GES), the Director-General of Managerial Services of the Ghana Education Service (GES) Anthony Boateng has revealed that Private schools in the country are going to be taken out of the Ghana Education Service.

Speaking in an interview on Accra-based TV station, TV3, monitored by My News Ghana, he said the after the reforms are completed, private schools will be placed under the National Inspectorate Division instead of the Ghana Education Service (GES).

He said, “The Ghana Education Service (GES) is the regulator of education at the pre-tertiary level and is supposed to ensure that all schools perform to standard. After the reforms, the GES will focus more on implementing policies and the programs and will no longer be responsible for private schools.”

Copied from: Report Ghana

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