CHASS threatens to close SHSs over debts

CHASS threatens to close SHSs over debts

The Conference of Heads of Assisted Secondary Schools (CHASS) is threatening to shut down senior high schools in Ghana following concerns over the lack of subsidies.

President of CHASS, Cecilia Kwakye Coffie reveals that the situation has made managing these schools impossible.

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CHASS is thereby calling on the education ministry to come to the aid of senior high schools or risk having them shut down in the long run.

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