GES is the acronym for Ghana Education Service. It is a government agency under the Ministry of Education responsible for implementing government policies that ensure that Ghanaians of school-going age irrespective of their ethnicity, gender, disability, religious and political dispositions receive quality formal education.
The GES was established in 1974 by the National Redemption Council under the National Redemption Council Decree (NRCD 247). It is governed by a fifteen-member council called the GES Council.
The GES is responsible for all aspects of public education in Ghana, from pre-school to senior high school. It also oversees the training and certification of teachers, and the development of educational curricula.
The GES has a number of key objectives, including:
- To provide quality education to all Ghanaians, regardless of their background or circumstances.
- To ensure that all Ghanaians have access to education.
- To promote lifelong learning.
- To develop a skilled and knowledgeable workforce.
- To contribute to the social and economic development of Ghana.
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GES mission and vision
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GES assessment and evaluation
GES inclusive education
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