Latest Educational Updates

Update on National Standardized Test (NST) 2022; Here is the Price per child

 

The Technical Working Group (TWG) for the national Standardized test(NST) on Friday 30th September, 202 have concluded their preliminary discussion on 2022 NST

NTC Free Public Course for 2 CPD Points; Ghana Teacher Prize 22 Register here

Key Points

It anticipates the participation of both public and private schools in  the 2022 P2 and P4 NST

The NST seeks to asses the learning attainment of the child so that, where there are gaps the appropriate interventions can be instituted for positive outcomes.

The Past questions can Be accessed on our Teacher platform

All children shall be given an index number base on the unique EMIS code generated from the data submitted. The Schools that have note submitted their EMIS DATA 2022 are advised to do so by using this link https://ee.humanitarianresponse.info/x/9crTYiB8

SOLUTION TO NO MESSAGE DURING MINISTRY OF EDUCATION EMIS REGISTRATION FOR ALL TEACHERS-

The cost of the Test which is subsidized by government shall be borne by the respective private schools.

The subsidized price per child is GHC 34.00 and GHC 38.00 for P2 and P4 respectively.

It must be noted however that, this is optional to private schools and does not include their internal Administrative Charges.

Payment for P2 and P4 NST would be paid through designated NaCCA accounts ahead of the Test

Thirty-five thousand 35,000 Test Administrators are expected to be engaged by NaCCA from Public and Private Schools.

Regional Coordinators/Chairmen /Directors would be expected to play a major role in ensuring the success of the exercise.

The Test would be conducted largely in the schools except in hard to reach areas which would be brought to a convenient centre.

All schools are expected to treat this information with the needed urgency because of the brevity of time.

For more information Contact Mr. Abu Moro Morrision 0244418283 or Mr Samuel Osei 0249472776

Requirements to register your pupils for the National Standardised Test (NST) 2022

By Enouch Kwasi Asi Gyetuah; National Executive Director

Is 5th October a Public Holiday? Teachers Day

seekersnewsgh.com

Back to top button