Sewerage Systems Ghana Limited (SSGL), a subsidiary company of the Jospong Group has paid the tuition fees of 10 university students from James Town in Accra.
About 232 out of the 674 public senior high schools (SHSs) in the country score below 30 per cent in the West Africa Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) annually.
At least 20 students of the St. Martins Senior High School at Nsawam have, within two days, been rushed to hospital after complaining of malaria and asthma.
The Information Minister has pleaded with Ghanaians to bear with the government on the challenges that have come up since the implementation of the Free SHS policy.
Dr Koryoe Anim-Wright, President of the African University College for Communication (AUCC), has urged the graduands of the University to make good use of their knowledge acquired and make a difference in their field of work.
The government has begun a restructuring exercise at the Ghana Education Service with the aim of repositioning Technical and Vocational Education Training.
The National Union of Ghana Students has donated some items to Kumasi Academy in the Ashanti Region in solidarity over the recent deaths of students there.
A Cape Coast High Court has annulled a decision by university authorities to rusticate 22 University of Cape Coast students following clashes at Oguaa hall in March 2017.
All 44 students of the Kumasi Academy Senior High School who were infected with the dreaded H1N1 influenza, have been discharged from the hospitals.
A Virologist says Ghana should consider reaching out for international assistance in identifying the actual disease killing students at the Kumasi Academy.
The Education Ministry has indicated it will close down Kumasi Academy after an outbreak of a strange disease left four students dead within a week.
The UCC Pro Vice-Chancellor has called for the adoption of what he calls a Ghana first approach to the treatment of development issues in the country.
The Health Ministry and Ghana Health Service have put in place emergency measures to contain the health crisis in Kumasi Academy in the Ashanti Region.
Past and continuing students of Koforidua Senior High Technical School joined continuing students of the school to climax the 50th-anniversary celebration.
Test results from the Noguchi Memorial Centre for Medical Research have ruled out meningitis as the cause of multiple death at Kumasi Academy.
The fallen standards in Ghana’s educational system have been a deep worry for many who believe that the public schools require a new direction.
Municipal Chief Executive for Asokore Mampong has downplayed calls for closure of Kumasi Academy over the death of three students from suspected cerebra-spinal meningitis
A Facebook post by JoyNews has led to the misinterpretation of what was meant to be a solid response to recent news of congestion in schools and has now been taken completely out of context by various media houses and bloggers.
Siemens Ghana, subsidiary of global engineering giant Siemens, has entered into an agreement with Sekondi College (SEKCO), in the Western Region, to support the school with science and computer infrastructure and resources.
Government is being asked to extend the Ghana Education Trust Fund (GETFund) support to private universities in Ghana to reduce the burden of running the institutions.
Schools in the Kumasi Metropolis and Asokore Mampong Municipality in the Ashanti Region will be closed on Monday as Asanteman begins the final funeral rites of the late Asantehemaa.
Former Vice-Chancellor of the University of Ghana, Professor Ernest Aryeetey, has dismissed some media reports suggesting that the institution signed a $64 million agreement with a company, Africa Integras, without doing due diligence under his tenure.
Education Minister Dr Matthew Opoku Prempeh has challenged political critics to name secondary schools that are congested because of the Free SHS education policy.
The student-computer ration at Prempeh College is set to improve significantly with the donation and subsequent installation of 72 new gadgets.
Professor Eric Yirenkyi Danquah, Director, West Africa Centre for Crop Improvement (WACCI) and the Biotechnology Centre of the University of Ghana, has been appointed a member of the Planet Earth Institution (PEI).
The Registrar of the Scholarship Secretariat says government has been faithful to its obligation in the educational sector.
Total Petroleum Ghana, has commissioned a school facility for the Tigboro Jeffiiri District Assembly Kindergarten & Primary School in the Upper West Region.
The National Union of Ghana Students (NUGS) has commended Government's efforts in ensuring that education is accessible to all.
The Graduate Students’ Association of Ghana has implored female celebrities to be ambassadors of decency in their chosen profession.
The Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) has received $1 million in grant from the Danish International Development Agency (DANIDA).
The Management of the Students Loan Trust Fund (SLTF) has been closely following media reports that seem to suggest that teacher trainee allowances are not being paid.
The government says it will begin disbursing the remaining 80 percent funds to the other 56 Senior High Schools (SHSs) under the Free SHS programme.
Businessman and cryptocurrency investor, Mohammed Adams Sukparu, has donated furniture and learning materials worth thousands of Ghana cedis to the Jeffisi Butu Primary School.
Former President John Agyekum Kufuor has implored beneficiaries of the Kufuor Scholars Programme to constantly offer humanitarian support to the less privileged.
The President, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has disclosed that provisions are being made to supply senior high schools in the country with desks and beds.
Otiko Afisa Djabah has charged stakeholders in the education sector to proactively ensure discipline among the youth so that they can excel in their academic pursuits.
The Dean of GIMPA Business School has bemoaned how the country's colonial educational system is failing in its responsibility to train students to become entrepreneurs.
Senior Law lecturer at the University of Ghana Law School Dr Raymond Atuguba has warned the free SHS policy introduced by President Akufo-Addo could collapse if it loses power.
WAEC has released provisional results of candidates who sat for the 2017 private WASSCE but has withheld some 1,873 results for alleged malpractices.
The Minority in Parliament have predicted a collapse of the country’s SHS education in five years if the challenges plaguing the sector under the free SHS policy are not fixed.
Colleges of Education Teachers Association of Ghana (CETAG) has called of its strike action after government’s promise to pay their allowances by March 2018.
Otiko Afisah Djaba has called on Cocoa farmers in Ghana to prioritize their children’s education and desist from using them as “labourers” on their farms.
The Gender Minister has revealed plans for soliciting contributions from some state agencies and private sector, to sustain the school feeding programme.
The National Vocational Technical Institute in Kumasi (NVTI) is to set up a graduate co-operative system for its students.
The Winneba High Court has annulled the September 15 elections of the University Teachers Association of Ghana (UTAG) branch of the University of Education, Winneba (UEW).
SEND-GHANA says government’s decision to set up a Voluntary Education Fund is evasive and has asked for proper details on the funding of Free SHS.
One in 12 children worldwide live in countries where their prospects today are worse than those of their parents, according to an analysis conducted by the UNICEF.
Four thousand, nine hundred and forty-six school children in eight districts of the Ashanti, Western and the Brong-Ahafo Regions, have benefited from free computer training over the last three months.
President Akufo-Addo has assured teachers of prompt payment of their salaries and allowances.
The office of former President John Mahama has condemned recent comments by Education Minister, Dr. Mathew Opoku Prempeh against his predecessor, Prof Jane Naana Opoku-Agyemang.
British Council Ghana has organised an awards night to recognise students from its partner schools who excelled in the May/June 2017 Cambridge Assessment International Education exams.
The National President of the Conference of Heads of Assisted Secondary Schools (CHASS) has asked the government, to as a matter of urgency, release subsidies which has been in arrears for three terms to the school.