Tuesday , December 1 2020

70% OF PRIVATE SCHOOLS WILL STOP OPERATING -ENOCH GYETUAH

Executive Director, Ghana National Council of Private Schools has said Government’s decision to license all private schools and teachers within the year 2020 as part of the road map to teacher professionalism will lead to the collapse of 70 percent of private schools in Ghana, the Executive Director of Ghana National Council of Private Schools (GNACOPS), Mr. Enoch Gyetuah, has hinted.

Per his assessment, 70 percent of low-fee-paying schools will fold up under the licensing policy owing to the fact that most private schools will not meet the criterion for the licensing.

He continued that should the policy be implemented by 2020, private schools will be forced to employ licensed teachers whose salaries they cannot afford, coupled with the fact that schools without licence would not be permitted to operate, leading to the collapse of many of them.

According to the national boss for GNACOPS, only 5 percent of the private schools (elite schools) will be able to survive under this policy.

“The remaining 25 percent (mission, populated and affiliate schools) will be able to endure for some few years, hopefully up to two and four years,” Mr Gyetuah said.

BY: Agyaba Kwame|dikoder.com|D FM

Disclaimer

Dikoder.com is not responsible for any featured or opinions reportage of contributors published on the website. Read our disclaimer.

Send your news articles to dikodermultimedia@gmail.com and via WhatsApp on +233 558 191 562.

Join our Newsletter

Check Also

Sena Huks – God Do Am (Official video)

Ghanaian talented hitmaker, Sena Huks to unlock this brand new Hit tune which is titled …

FAMEYE SCORED 18% IN HIS FIRST EXAMS AT IPMC

Fameye revealed to the public that he scored 18% in his first exams at IPMC …

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.