ATTENTION: All private schools registered with NaSIA planning to re-open between 5th October – 14th December, 2020 for final year JHS 2 and SHS 2 learners 1. Submit your school’s COVID-19 Management/Re-opening Plan to the National Schools Inspectorate Authority (NaSIA), formerly the National Inspectorate Board (NIB) via email ( ) for review and approval. 2. Expect NaSIA’s Inspectors on your school campus for a COVID-19 monitoring inspection. 3. NaSIA will issue provisional certificates to schools after the inspection


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Caution to Private Pre-Tertiary Education Institutions (PTEIs) breaching presidential directive on the re-opening of schools

October 13, 2020

During the National Schools Inspectorate Authority’s (NaSIA) recent monitoring activities, it came to our notice that some private Pre-Tertiary Education Institutions (PTEIs) have re-opened their schools for in-person classes for learners in Lower Primary to SHS (other than those in JHS 2 and SHS 2/International Curricular equivalents)
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Clarification on Virtual Learning

September 1, 2020

It has come to the notice of the National Inspectorate Board (NIB) that some proprietors and school authorities are unclear about the President’s directives on the continuation of school for the rest of the year.
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Private schools to engage with PTAs

The National Inspectorate Board (NIB) has received complaints from parents regarding the implementation of alternative methods of teaching and learning mainly online by Private Schools during the COVID-19 period. These efforts are laudable.
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