Stop offering in-person vacation classes to students, not in JHS, SHS 2 – NaSIA

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The National Schools Inspectorate Authority (NaSIA) has cautioned private Pre-Tertiary Education Institutions (PTEIs) to with immediate effect quit offering in-person vacation classes to unapproved learners on campus.

The Authority’s warning follows reports that some PTEIs have reopened their schools for in-person vacation classes for learners in Lower Primary to Senior High School other than those in JHS 2 and SHS 2.

Meanwhile, President Nana Akufo-Addo in his 16th televised nation’s address directed for schools to be reopened to solely second-year students in Junior and Senior High School and for the rest to reopen in January 2021

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NaSIA in line with Akufo-Addo’s directive has advised private PTEls acting in contradiction the directive including those offering in-person vacation classes (to learners other than those in JHS 2 and SHS 2/International Curricular equivalents) to stop their activities with Immediate effect.

The National Schools Inspectorate Authority in a statement shared with Georgeweb.org indicated any PTEI that acts contrary to the President’s directive will be made to shut down indefinitely.

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Parents have similarly been advised not to send their wards who are not in JHS 2 or SHS 2 (or international Curricular equivalents) to school until otherwise indicated by the President.

Source: Georgeweb.org

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