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'Gov’t has instilled TVET into Double Track System'- Dr. Joseph Apprey

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Technical and Vocational Institutions are not happy with  the Ministry of Education and the Ghana Education Service’s decision to cut them off from the latest admissions into Senior High Schools.

They say the institutions have been absorbing students who in the past could not be accommodated by government and so the double track system is a stab in the back by government.

Responding to the grievance, a former Policy Adviser, GTS-TVET at the Ministry of Education, Dr. Joseph Apprey said the complaints by the TVET institutions are neither here nor there.

This is because government has inculcated TVET into the double track system and what is left is for the TVET institutions is to liaise with the Ministry and the GES to see the best way forward.

He said this in an interview with Ibrahim Kwateng on GBC’s Current Affairs Programme, “Behind the News”.

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