- Teachers in the Upper West Region are seeking a transfer from the region
- These teachers say there is no accommodation in the region
- It is feared the massive transfer could affect learning activities
About 200 teachers in the Upper West region have applied for a transfer because there is not enough accommodation there.
The Upper West Regional Director of the Ghana Education Service (GES), Evans Kpebah, has revealed to Joy FM that the fate of students in the Upper West Region is worrying considering the departure of teachers there.
According to him, the development does not augur well for a region that is already smarting from inadequate teachers and school infrastructure.
Results of students who sat for the West African Senior Secondary School Certificate Examination (WASCE) and Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE) in the last three years is the worse in a decade.
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Meanwhile, the GES is yet to comment on this development as a possible transfer of all 200 teachers could further worsen academic activities.
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