Teachers in some basic schools in the Ashanti Region have resorted to writing examination questions on chalkboards following a directive by the Ghana Education Service (GES) to heads of schools not to collect printing fees from the pupils.
Most of the schools have already begun the end of term exams while others have had to reschedule the examination dates.
Some schools also refunded monies they collected from the pupils as printing fees after a meeting with their district directors who asked them to comply with the GES directive.
Some teachers who spoke to Citi News said their hands were tied and had no choice but to write questions on chalkboards.
“It was a warning so we went according to what they said and we started examinations yesterday and we wrote on the chalkboard, according to their directive,” a teacher said.
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