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09-Sep-2018  
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The Ghana Education Service (GES) has said it will organise extra classes to augment the regular double track system so that students on vacation can be engaged while they wait their turn to go to school.

Deputy Public Relations Officer of GES, Isaac Asiedu Odei disclosed to TV3 that the extra classes will be held in church halls, community centers and private schools across the country for students on vacation.

He explained that some church halls and community centres are already being used for extra classes as such the ministry will take advantage of the situation.

“You know we have a lot of church halls or community centres…it’s a temporary kind of structure and you know people are organising classes in some of these structures already and we can even take advantage of some private schools, when they close we can also go in there,” he explained.

Mr. Odei also disclosed that government is going to place about four teachers in “every district or circuit” to do the classes.

He noted all stakeholders have been duly consulted and are in the know of what is going to happen.


 
 
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