Aptitude test made mandatory for all teachers seeking promotion

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The Ghana Education Service says that it, in consultation with stakeholders, has reviewed the process by which staff are promoted in a bid to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of the promotion process, ABC News can report.

The GE has introduced aptitude tests and interviews as part of the processes qualified persons must go through to secure their promotions.

In a statement signed by its Human Resource director, Adjoa Van Vicker, GES explained that “the process has been reviewed to take the form of an aptitude test for all ranks from Principal Superintendent to Deputy Director.

“Officers who get promoted to Deputy Directorship shall be expected to attend face-to-face interviews if they desire to become heads of schools or any other position that may require interviewing,” the statement added.
GES believes that the modifications made will make the process fair and transparent for all.
Below is the statement issued by GES and sighted by ABC News;

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