The Deputy Minister for Training Yaw Osei Adutwum has dismissed reports of dates becoming established for schools’ reopening throughout the region.
Dr. Adutwum claims when a choice is designed on the subject matter, it would be communicated to the whole country.
Studies on social media final week proposed that standard and secondary universities will resume in September just after shut in March as aspect of steps to halt the unfold of the Covid-19 pandemic.
But talking on JoyNews’ ‘Beyond the Lockdown’ programme, the Deputy Minister said “whatever you see on social media, don’t trust it.”
He urged all pupils to partake in the digital understanding platforms furnished by faculties and the governing administration when attainable.
In accordance to Dr. Adutwum, what is significant at the instant is defeating the novel coronavirus ailment.
When that is done, lifetime in general can return to normalcy, he informed listeners of the clearly show.
Just take gain of far more time
The Deputy Minister also urged college students, specially finalists, to get benefit of the much more time they have on their arms.
He reported they ought to get ready adequately so that when “government tends to make the willpower that you are going to just take your exam…you would be ready.”
According to Dr. Adutwum, the WAEC has manufactured no determinations still as to when last yr pupils at the Junior Significant and Senior Hugh degrees would produce their papers.
“WAEC and Ghana Training Assistance (GES) are closely monitoring the Covid-19 pandemic to pick a suitable day for learners,” he explained.