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GES Cautions headmasters of Second Cycle Institutions to follow harmonized prospectus

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In a significant move towards standardization, the Ghana Education Service (GES) has unveiled a National Harmonized Prospectus for all Second Cycle Institutions, set to be implemented in schools starting from the 2023/2024 academic year. This strategic initiative aims to establish uniformity in the items used by students across these institutions.

Under the directive, all Heads of Second Cycle Institutions are urged to STRICTLY ADHERE to the items outlined in the National Harmonized Prospectus during the admission process for First-Year students. This measure is expected to streamline the educational experience for students and create a cohesive learning environment.

In an official communication, the Management of GES has called upon Regional Directors of Education to disseminate this crucial information to all Heads within their jurisdiction. This collaborative effort seeks to ensure that educational leaders act accordingly, fostering a smooth and efficient admission process.

Notably, any Head of a school found in violation of this directive will face sanctions, underlining the seriousness of adhering to the new guidelines. This development marks a pivotal moment in the quest for standardized education within the Ghanaian Second Cycle Institutions, promising a more organized and consistent experience for students and educators alike.


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