The Ghana Education Service, GES says any final year students who have misconducted themselves in any of the indiscipline act should be deboardinized.
A statement from the GES signed by Director-General Professor Kwasi Opoku-Amankwa said they are appalled by the scenes of videos making rounds and showing students who are not only demonstrating crass indiscipline but also making unfortunate comments about high profile personalities, including H.E. the President of the Republic, apparently from their frustrations over the fallout from the first written paper, integrated science.
According to the statement, any destruction of school property will be surcharged against the culprits established to be involved. Instances, where criminal acts have been committed, should be reported to the police for investigations.
GES has also directed education directors to take action on all such misconducts and submit reports to the Director-General immediately.
On Thursday, students of Bright Senior High School at Kukurantumi in the Eastern Region attacked officials of the West African Examination Council (WAEC) supervising the exercise.
A journalist with the Daily Graphic in the Region who had gone to the school to report has also been assaulted by the students leaving him with severe injuries.
Final year students of the Tweneboa Kodua Senior High School in the Ashanti Region rioted on August 3 which resulted in the destruction of property during the writing of the WASSCE Integrated Science paper.
Some students also claim the past questions distributed by government did not reflect in the final paper, contributing to the rationale behind the pockets of vandalism recorded in schools in parts of the country.