The Director of the Centre for Health Policy and Implementation Research of the University of Health and Allied Sciences, Professor Margaret Gyapong, has been honoured with the Heroine of Global Health award.
The Headmistress of Wesley Girls High School, Betty Djokoto, says the country needs leaders who will tell the truth about problems on the ground so that policies would not be far from realities.
Standard Chartered Bank Ghana, has launched an initiative aimed at empowering young girls in the country.
President Nana Akufo-Addo has expressed government’s commitment to enhancing the professional development of teachers in the country.
The Student Representative Council of the University of Cape Coast is asking students who have been rusticated by the University to defy the disciplinary action.
The authorities at University of Cape Coast are facing threats of a court suit from some old students following the rustication of 22 students linked to bloody disturbance last March.
The Minister for Education, Dr. Mathew Opoku Prempeh has the potentials to transform Ghana's education sector, Mrs. Theodosia Jackson, Principal of the Jackson College of Education (JCE), has stated.
Twenty-two students of the University of Cape Coast whom investigations found culpable in the clashes between Oguaa and Atlantic halls during a hall week celebration have been rusticated.
The EU-funded Ghana Anti-Corruption, Rule of Law and Accountability Programme (ARAP) in collaboration with CHRAJ and NCCE has organized a multi-stakeholder training workshop on public education.
Students of the Ghana School of Law Thursday morning boycotted a paper they were supposed to write in protest against a mix-up in the questions.
Government is in negotiation with the managers of the country’s top Senior High Schools to reserve at least 30% of their intake for students from public Junior High Schools (SHS).
Education Minister, Dr. Matthew Opoku Prempeh has signaled government's commitment to hand back the management of mission schools to religious bodies.
The Principal of E.P College of Education (AMECO) Reverend Sylvanus K. Tettey has been handed a three-month suspension, for allowing the use of the school's bus to cart firewood.
A young business entrepreneur has instituted an awards scheme to reward the best student entrepreneur at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology.
President Nana Akufo-Addo has assured students of Technical High Schools that his government will equip them with skills to cope in a fast-changing world.
The Yale Club of Ghana, an association of Yale alumni, affiliates and friends in Ghana, will be joining thousands globally, to participate in the annual Yale Day of Service, on Saturday, May 13.
The Principal of E.P College of Education (AMECO) has been summoned to Accra to answer questions as to why a bus donated to the school by government less than a year ago, is being used to cart firewood.
The Steve Tenkamenin Awuya Addae Foundation has launched a reading project for kids in the rural settings, to help bridge the huge ability-to-read gap between the rural and urban school childrent.
A Roman Catholic priest based in Germany has started a university college dedicated to the study of Applied Sciences at Kansoe in the Bongo district of the Upper East Region.
A Human Rights lawyer, Edmund Foli, is urging managers of the country’s educational institutions to reconsider the use of final examination as the main tool for assessing final year students.
Lands Minister, John Peter Amewu says the Ghana School of Survey and Mapping would be reopened, a day after he ordered its closure over students’ vandalism.
Lands Minister, John Peter Amewu has directed the closure of the School of Survey and Mapping following students’ vandalism last week Monday.
Over 70 Senior High Schools in the three northern regions have postponed indefinitely, their reopening dates.
Abuakwa State College, the oldest secondary school in the Eastern Region, will launch its 80th Anniversary on May 25.
The Director of United Nations University Institute for Natural Resources in Africa (UNU-INRA), Dr. Elias T. Ayuk, has admonished researchers not to ignore communication in any research project.
The Second Lady Samira Bawumia has called on the youth to make reading and writing an enviable attribute of their everyday life so they can contribute to projecting African literature to the world.
In a quest to support pupils and students to prepare effectively for their final West Africa Examination Council (WAEC) exams, Vodafone Ghana in partnership with RevoEducation has introduced the 'Free Passco' platform on its Instant Schools portal.
The National Association of Graduate Teachers is raising red flags about the authenticity of the over 26,589 ghost names government said were on the payroll.
Schools at Assin South in the Central region under threat from destruction as the rainy season approaches will be relocated soon, Member of Parliament for the area Rev. John Ntim Fordjour has announced.
A monitoring report on the free school uniforms programme that was initiated in 2009 has revealed key challenges with the government intervention.
The Supreme Court has fixed June 22 to deliver its judgment in respect of the modes of admission used by the Ghana School of Law to admit LLB holders into the Professional Law course.
The President has reiterated his commitment to providing the youth of Ghana with a functional, ICT-driven educational system that constantly responds to the challenges and evolution of modern science and technology.
The union of polytechnic teachers says Education Minister, Matthew Opoku Prempeh has been avoiding them.
The founder of Ashesi University, Patrick Awuah, has called for the reduction in the number of subjects junior high school students write in the Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE).
Graduate Teachers say they will take action against the government if it goes ahead to withhold the salaries of over 26,000 members yet to register on a biometric platform.
The Sabre Charitable Trust, a not-for-profit organisation, has backed a call by the Deputy Minister for Gender and Children, for an end to the rote method of teaching in schools.
Some final year students fearing intimidation, being denied food and even possibly being sacked from school are being forced to pay fees for the third term which is not in session.
The 2000 year group of the St. Augustine’s College have called on their members to ensure that they attend the group's meeting on April 22.
Over 80 adult learners have passed out from a year-long basic literacy programme in the Esikuma-Odobeng-Brakwa District of the Central Region, thanks to the efforts of Engage Now Africa (ENA) team of facilitators.
The Kwadaso Cluster of Schools in Kumasi has benefitted from a generous donation of an elevated 1800 litre water reservoir to help ensure the availability of clean water to pupils there.
Mahama Ayariga, Member of Parliament (MP) for Bawku Central, has demanded the immediate halt to the charging of unapproved fees by public universities without parliamentary approval, threatening legal action over the issue.
Engage Now Africa (ENA), a non-profit organisation, has passed out some 235 adult literacy participants in the Northern Region.
One of the leading financial institutions in the country, Groupe Ideal, has pledged support for the University of Cape Coast, towards the establishment of its School of Economics.
When it threw death at the Kwasi Twum family, they made a school building out of it. Now life has thrown an ultra modern school block at New Ningo community, it is now their turn to make leaders out of it.
Togbe Asigbe, the Chief of Matse Dzorkpe/Ando, has expressed worry over the deplorable nature of the Matse Dzorpke E.P Basic School.
Over the weekend, Teachers and pupils of New Ningo D/A Primary B School at Ningo in the Greater-Accra Region had the luxury of sitting in a brand new Junior High School built by the CEO of the Multimedia Group Ltd Kwesi Twum and siblings.
At least 20 University of Ghana students are in the custody of the Bureau of National Investigations for allegedly attempting to change their grades.
Members of the Polytechnic Teachers Association of Ghana (POTAG) have criticized Education Minister Dr Matthew Opoku Prempeh for “not respecting them.”
GNAT says many children of school going age are constantly being taken from the classroom through the activities of illegal miners.
Police have started investigations into the circumstance that led to the alleged embezzlement of a building permit fee paid by Dr Papa Kwesi Nduom.
Students of the Alpha Beta Education Centres, in Accra have organised its maiden entrepreneurship Programme for pupils and students from the ages of nine to 18 years.