Nana Addo says he wants every Ghanaian child to go to SHS but GES insists only 98 percent of BECE candidates will

Nana Addo says he wants every Ghanaian child to go to SHS but GES insists only 98 percent of BECE candidates will

- Nana Addo Danquah Akufo-Addo says he is concerned about getting all students gains access to SHS education

- GES has also maintained that 2 percent of BECE candidates will not be given placement

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Government has just launched the Free SHS policy with president of the republic, Nana Addo pledging his resolve to ensuring that no student is left out as the policy comes in play.

Nana Addo says he wants every Ghanaian child to go to SHS but GES insists only 98 percent of BECE candidates will

Nana Addo says he wants every Ghanaian child to go to SHS but GES insists only 98 percent of BECE candidates will

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According to Nana Addo, it remains his main agenda to ensure that “every Ghanaian child is able to attend Secondary School”.

This wish by the president falls on the backdrop of the Ghana Education Service that 92%, representing 424,092 candidates, would be available on the Computerized School Selection System Placements (CSSPS).

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With over 30,000 BECE students currently having their chances of attending SHS dashed after failing their Maths and Science papers, it remains unsure if Nana Addo could sign an executive order for all of them to be given the chance to SHS education.

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