MOE PRO Sets the Record Straight on School Reopening Rumors

Amidst rumors of a possible postponement of the re-opening of schools, Kwasi Kwarteng, the Public Relations Officer, has confirmed that the 2023 academic calendar for KG/Primary and JHS schools will remain unchanged. It is important to note that basic schools in Ghana have already re-opened on April 3, 2023, following the academic calendar.

Parents and guardians are strongly advised to ensure that their children return to school on time, and with all the necessary safety measures in place.

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This is a significant achievement in the effort to provide quality education to children in Ghana. The government and stakeholders have collaborated to ensure that Ghanaian children have access to education despite the challenges. It is commendable to see the dedication and resilience of teachers, parents, and students in ensuring that learning continues.

The government and stakeholders must prioritize education to ensure that every child has an opportunity to learn and succeed. No child should be left behind.

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