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GES Posted teachers faces mass rejection from schools

www.Ghananewsalert.com has gathered that most of the teachers posted to some selected Senior High Schools for the Double Track System by the Ghana Education Service after going through the GES recruitment exercise have been rejected by headmasters and other heads of institutions either in the schools or the regional offices.

Most of these schools have turned down the appointment letters of posted teachers for reasons that, they are over staffed, others have been rejected because there other teachers handling that particular subject.

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www.ghananewsalert.com can confirm that, Saint John’s Senior High School in Sekondi Takoradi in the Western Region at the time of filing this report alone has turned away about 50 teachers
whiles Kwahu Ridge senior High Technical School have also rejected over 35 posted teachers for reasons that the school is over staffed.

Others schools that have so far rejected teachers are as follows:

#Sefwi Wiawso SHS
#Saint John’s Senior High School
#Salaga Senior High school in the Northern Region
#New Juaben Senior High School
#Bompeh Secondary Technical School in Takoradi
#Akumadan Senior High School
#Fijai Senior High School
#Wesley Girls Senior High School
#Kumase Technical Secondary School KSTS
#Agona Secondary Technical School
# Adventist Senior High School
#Techiman Senior High School

According to some of the frustrated teachers who spoke to Kweku Bee Abrante of www.Ghananewsalert.com, mentioned that, they feel the headmasters are using such antics to mislead the posted teachers because the subject issues could be easily be resolved in the various schools or better still in the regional office.

Others revealed they have been commuting from Kumase to Cape Coast and Takoradi to have their documents processed but all what they are being told is to wait when the final date for processing is Friday.

Our checks at the Ghana Education service have revealed that most of the teachers turned away by headmasters are suppose to return back to the schools as these same schools declared such vacancies.

On the contrary schools that are genuinely full are suppose to give letters for reposting to affected teachers to be taken to the various Regional offices for reposting.

Source: www.ghananewsalert.com

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