The Ghana National Council of Private Schools (GNACOPS) aside from its role as a relevant stakeholder in the country’s education sector has launched a media coverage service dubbed GNACOPS Media.
In a social media post sighted by AcademicWeek, the Private Schools Council said “GNACOPS MEDIA is excited to introduce these services to all organizations. For more information kindly get in touch with the numbers provided,”
Services offered by the GNACOPS media include graphic design, website development/design, event live-streaming, picture and video coverage among others. For more information reach them on 0246 919088 or 0244 418283.
In other news, the Director of GNACOPS, Enoch Gyetuah says the Ministry of Education is conducting research to review the 30% Senior High School placement policy which merits public Junior High School students to be placed into ‘Category A’ second-cycle schools.
Speaking in an interview monitored by AcademicWeek, the Private Schools Council Director, Mr Gyetuah said the 30% allotment of placement into ‘Category A’ schools for public Junior High School students approach is a laze fair policy.
“The Minister for Education met us last Monday and he said after research into the computer school placement of BECE graduates, he will see how best the review of the 30% quota policy will be done,” the GNACOPS Director said.
Citing discrimination against private BECE graduates, the Ghana National Council of Private Schools (GNACOPS) Executive Director has called for a total scrap of the 30% Category A school placement policy rather than the review.
“We don’t agree to the review of the policy, it is not about a review is about a total scrap of the 30% quota school placement policy because it is undermining quality education in the country,” Obengfo Kwasi Gyetuah stressed.