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GES URGE PARENTS TO REPORT EXTORTING HEADMASTERS TO DIRECTOR OF EDUCATION

 

The Deputy Director at the Ghana Education Service, Mr Stephen Adu has urged parents and guardians to report head teachers who extort items from them before admission to the SHS to their various regional education directors.

He explains that head teachers cannot demand items that parents cannot readily provide before giving their wards admission.

Mr Stephen Adu appealed to the various heads of the various SHS to hold PTA meetings to decide what parents need to provide.

Mr Stephen Adu was reacting to parents’ frustrations over heads of SHSs demanding paints and bags of cement from the fresh students, which to them is an indirect robbery.


Meanwhile, the President of Conference of Heads of Assisted Secondary School (CHASS), Mr Samuel Ofori Adjei has urged parents to seek for explanation if school authorities demand items they don’t understand.

Mr. Samuel Ofori Adjei stated there is need for thorough investigations to be conducted to bring out some head teachers who take huge items from SHS entrants.


 

 

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November 11, 2011 - Posted by | SETTING THE NEWS AGENDA

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