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Double track policy doesn’t mean Free SHS has failed – Minister


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The Minister of State in Charge of Tertiary Education, Professor Kwesi Yankah has said that government’s decision to introduce a double track intake policy in Senior High Schools is not an indication of a failure of the Free Senior High School program.

Professor Kwesi Yankah made this known while speaking at the 10th congregation of the University for Professional Students, Accra (UPSA) on Saturday.


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