Education Ministry website back online after days of downtime

Education Ministry website back online after days of downtime

The Education Ministry website ( after it went offline for several days ahead of the release of 2021 secondary school placement some students say has delayed is now live and online, EducationWeb can confirm.

it is currently unclear what caused the hour-long downtime but checks by us indicate the Ministry of Education (MoE) official website powered by Lithuania-based Webhosting service Hostinger was restored late Tuesday, March 22, 2022.

In a related development, the computerized school placement system portal to be used for checking BECE students’ school placement has been upgraded to avoid downtime during the placement process.

The Minister for Education, Dr Yaw Osei Adutwum in an interview said his outfit has increased the bandwidth of the Computerized School Selection and Placement System ( to manage huge traffic on the sites.

“We have put measures in place to ensure the websites experience no downtime when the school placements are out. The bandwidth of the portal has been increased to contain a lot of traffic,” he told an Accra-based radio station.

After deleting, a portal used to check school placement of BECE graduates, the Ministry in charge of Education has created a new portal to be used by heads of Senior High/Technical Vocational Institutions only.

Previously the new portal EducationWeb has been told is to enable heads of schools to check and print the list of 2021 BECE students placed in their schools for admission.

The homepage of the newly created Computerized School Selection and Placement System ( has a login section for school heads of public second cycle institutions to enter their school code and password.

The much-awaiting 2021 school placement, a staff of the Ministry of Education (MoE) Tuesday said will be released after a forthcoming sensitization exercise on the computerized school placement slated for this week has ended.