The former Director of Ghana Education Service, Mr. Charlse Aheto Tsegah has added his voice into the massive debate that has been the leading headline on all news platforms in the entire country for some days now concerning the admission of two students with dreadlocks.
According to the former Director, the decision by the Achimota School to reject the directive of the current Director General of GES shows bad governance structure in the school.
According to him, this specific order they are dealing with is not in the schools regulations. Achimota School is not a private school it is a public school. The Ghana education service admits children into schools and not the specific school.
“If you as a school decides to do something that is not in line with the national ethics at this time, the Ghana Education Service for that matter has every right to sack you.
The school belongs to the state, the state is represented by the Ghana Education Service and that is it. So that talks about the GES cannot tell us anything who told them the GES cannot,” he said.
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