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MoE website goes offline ahead of 2021 school placement release

The official website of the Ministry of Education (MoE) https://moe.gov.gh close to a week has been offline or down as the education sector agency prepares to announce the 2021 school placement release later this month (March), 2022.


Powered by Lithuania-based Hostinger International, Ltd, the homepage of the Education Ministry’s website as of the time writing this post display a notice indicating the site has successfully been installed on the web hosting’s server.

“Moe.gov.gh has been successfully installed on server! Please delete the file default.php from the public_html folder and then upload your website by using FTP or File Manager,” a default Hostinger theme on the website reads.

The Ministry of Education (MoE) is yet to communicate to its relevant stakeholders and members of the general public the cause of the long hour downtime but we believe there must be maintenance work ongoing behind the scenes.

The status of the website has become concerned as MoE prepares towards the release of a delayed computer school placement of students who sat for the 31st edition of the Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE) last year.

in a recent interview monitored by EducationWeb, Hon Dr Yaw Osei Adutwum, the Minister for Education said the bandwidth of the school placement portal https://cssps.gov.gh has been increased to avoid downtime issues.

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

The Computerized School Selection and Placement System (CSSPS) website unlike the Ministry of Education (MoE) website is active but also undergoing maintenance ahead of the school placement release in the shortest possible time.

A new CSSPS website https://hm.cssps.gov.gh following the yet to be released secondary school postings has been created for heads of public second cycle schools to check and print the list of students placed in their school.

The new Heads of Senior High School/Technical and Vocation Institute (SHS/TVI) portal we have been told will replace the previous website https://cssps.gov.gh/shsheads introduced last year to serve the same purpose as the lastest one.

11 thoughts on “MoE website goes offline ahead of 2021 school placement release”

  1. Please we are pleading , Minster of education release our school placement for us, so that we can get prepared
    If not there’s going to be pressure on our parents, we need the placement now

  2. 2024 is just by the corner nothing pains me much to know that we have spent almost half of an academic year. now we will be writing WASSSCE 2024 and u will fail us again saying we write nonsense. why release our placements

  3. Please the GES should speed up with placement sa that parents can prepare for their ward , the parents ate even now stressed out curious to know what their ward got so that they can prepare adequately for their children , please we are pleading with you to release the placement for have stayed home for a long time and we’ve almost spent half of the academic year home ,please speed up with school placement

  4. Ahh what’s happening at all School selection delayed, the release of the results also delayed and this time too the school placement is also delaying this is serious ooo please tell us that we’re not going to school then we know what to do is better than what you’re doing. We have to prepare for school but due to the delay we can’t


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