The Deputy Director-General of Ghana Education Service (GES) accountable for Quality and Access has transferred that understudies would progress to the following degree of their scholastics without evaluation or assessment come January.
Addressing Daniel Dadzie on JoyPrime channel, Dr Kwabena Bempah Tandoh said all understudies would be elevated to the following scholastic year come 2021.
“At the point when schools open in January, everyone will be advanced. Indeed, even those whose scholastic works were shortened,” he expressed.
Tossing all the more light, the Deputy Director-General said the Service is embraced the activity for a few reasons.
He showed that countless passages into the instruction area would raise concerns if not checked because of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Subsequently an activity by GES to forestall such happenings.
“On the off chance that you let them keep on stamping time and stand by, should this infection keep going for a very long time, you would have an enormous number of youngsters who have not had the occasion to enter school,” he included.
In a joint effort with UNICEF, the Ghana Education Service is pushing for the plan: right age enrolment.
Dr Bempah Tandoh said this would guarantee youngsters who might take a crack at kindergarten, essential and JHS will fall in a reasonable age range.
He transferred that regardless of the advancement, everything being equal, educating and taking in would continue from scholastic works relinquished in March because of the conclusion of schools because of the pandemic.
“It is similar instructors who are showing these children. While they are elevated to Class Two or Three, the substance of their scholastic work will start from where it was shortened in March,” he said.