Despite the invaluable contributions of the private sector to Ghana’s educational development over the past 60-years, the sector, boasting of 22,000 schools, has no policy to guide its operations.
National Executive Director (NED) for Ghanaian National Council of Private Schools (GNACOPS), Enoch Kwasi Gyetuah, ma
de the statement at the council’s maiden meeting with members in the Upper West Region in Wa, organised by the upper west regional coordinator for the Council, Mr. Isaac Dunee
Mr. Gyetuah added that private schools are not represented at the highest decision-making level in education in the country and there are no grievance channels to seek redress during challenges.
credit: modern Ghana.