Headmaster of Bolgatanga Senior High School (Big BOSS) has given students of the school up until Monday to name students who vandalised three vehicles of teachers.
Military personnel and police officers have taken over security at the Bolgatanga SHS, following a violent demonstration staged by students over the death of their colleague.
“CARE International” in partnership with “General Mills” has gifted the Asikuma Odobeng Brakwa District with 4 classroom blocks.
Ghana's efforts in the fight against ‘child labour’ in cocoa growing communities have received a major boost with the construction of four school building projects by a partnership between Care International and General Mills.
The Karaga SHS in the Northern Region has temporarily been shut down after students chased their teachers out of the school premises for burning their phones.
An educationist, Prof Stephen Adei's radical proposal for the sacking of all teachers as a crucial step to improving basic education has been rejected by teachers.
The Graduate Students’ Association of Ghana (GRASAG) is calling for at least, 50 per cent increment in bursary and thesis grant.
GNAT, others have given the government a one-week ultimatum to address issues concerning their salary arrears.
Educationist, Prof. Stephen Adei has recommended the dismissal of all Directors of Education and teachers of the GES as a major step towards improving quality of education.
A study has revealed low levels of competency in the areas of reading and numeracy skills amongst children of school going age in three districts in the Northern Region.
Chairman of Parliament’s Government Assurances Committee Yaw Addo Frimpong is advocating increment in taxes to raise funds that will be dedicated to science and technology research.
The government has pledged to give strong support to technical universities and polytechnics – to raise the quality of their training, to drive the nation’s industrialization.
A child and family-focused organization in Ghana, J Initiative, is impressing on the government to remove the 20% tax levy on sanitary pads.
Connecting Kids Education Foundation (CKEF), an NGO, has built a library for the Anweem-Kumasi basic school in the KEEA municipality of the Central Region.
Students of the Begoro Presbyterian Senior High School and other schools in the catchment area have been without a functional science laboratory since 2011, with a telling impact on the performance of its science students.
Wear and tear of books, especially, of children is commonplace.Their enthusiastic and, sometimes, rough reading style leaves many books last below their span.
The Ghana National Association of Teachers (GNAT) in the Assin North Municipality has scaled up its engagements with stakeholders to significantly reduce teacher absenteeism regarded as high in the area.
Ruth Ama Gyan-Darkwa, the 13-year-old student of KNUST has credited her success in the academia and life, to the grace of God.
Sabrina Gonzalez Pasterski is a 23-year-old who is pursuing her PhD at Harvard University and that is not her only achievement. Compared to the likes of Albert Einstein and Stephen Hawking, Sabrina Pasterski is the youngest person to ever fly their own plane.
The Aberdare State College at Abeadze Dominase in the Central Region has been closed down due to low enrolment.
The Government says it is having plans to build creches at market centres to enable market women to educate their children and still have time to go about their economic activities.
Sekondi-Takoradi Metropolitan Secretary of the Ghana National Association of Teachers (GNAT) Cosmos Ennu Kwaw, has said public sector education continues to be the best form of education notwithstanding the challenges they are confronted with.
Educare Focus Initiative (EFI), a local Nongovernmental Organization, has launched a Read and Write Campaign in the Central Tongu district of the Volta region.
Akuafo Hall in the University of Ghana will be bustling with activities in the coming days following the launch of the Junior Common Room’s 60th Week Celebration.
Bishop Herman Senior High School (BIHECO), a Catholic all boys’ second cycle institution located in Kpando in Volta Region, commemorates their 65th anniversary from 29th October to 4th of November 2017.
The University of Ghana (UG) School of Law has clinched victory at the 26th edition of the African Human Rights Moot Court competition.
J Initiative, a child and family focused organization in Ghana, is urging the government to include the provision of sanitary towels in the list of items under the free senior school policy to ensure that girls do not miss out on the policy.
The Ho Municipal Supply Officer of the GES has been arrest for selling teaching and learning materials meant for free distribution to schools.
A boy's dormitory of the Asuom Senior High School in the Kwaebibirm District of the Eastern region has been consumed by fire, Sunday.
Vice President Dr Mahamudu Bawumia on Friday, October 6, 2017, stressed the need for Ghana and Africa to build human capacity to develop strong economies.
AA CommAid Foundation, in collaboration with the McDan Foundation has presented exercise books to 16 basic schools in Ada East and West.
Dean of the School of Biomedical and Allied Health Sciences (SBAHS), and a prominent sickle cell disease scholar has led a 32-member team to secure a U54 Center grant of US$5.5 million from the National Institutes of Health (NIH), USA.
Form one students of some Senior High Schools are studying in congested classrooms, because of the high intake of freshers during the 2017/2018 academic year.
The Ghana National Association of Teachers has sounded a clarion call to the Ghana Education Service and the Education Ministry to let teachers work with freedom.
A Primary 1 teacher, Faustina Cobson has been adjudged the 2017 National Best Teacher as Ghana marks Global Teachers Day.
The National Association of Graduate Teachers has renewed calls for World Teachers Day, marked October 5, to be declared a holiday in Ghana.
Minister of State in- charge of Tertiary Education, Professor Kwesi Yankah, has called on technical universities to close the gap between academia and industry.
The Technical University Teachers Association of Ghana cautions NCTE to stop meddling in the affairs of Governing Councils of the various Technical Universities.
Any parent denying children their right to education will be sanctioned, traditional leaders of Aduamoa, a community in the Kwahu East District of the Eastern Region, have threatened.
The leadership of the Teachers and Educational Workers Union has lauded the implementation of the Free SHS and has pledged to support the policy.
President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has announced that his government will soon roll out a programme that will see every school going child from basic to the secondary level enjoy free chocolate every day.
The Right Reverend Kofi Asare-Bediako, the out-going Bishop, Sunyani Diocese of the Methodist Church- Ghana, has called for the institution of a voluntary education fund to support the financing of the free Senior High School (SHS) programme.
Forty employees from Samsung’s headquarters in South Korea gathered in Accra last week to take part in the company’s annual global Employee Volunteer Programme (EVP).
Standard Chartered Bank (SCB) has awarded scholarships to 33 brilliant but needy students from five public universities to enable them pursue their academic programmes.
The University of Health and Allied Sciences (UHAS) has rusticated five students for examination malpractices in the second semester of the 2016/2017 academic year.
About five members of the Federation of Universities Senior Staff Associations of Ghana (FUSSAG - TUC) have announced their withdrawal of their membership from the Association.
In an era of widening inequality in Ghana’s development agenda, the University of Development Studies in collaboration with Unicef Ghana is calling for research proposals aimed at reducing the levels of inequality in Ghana.
About 130 pupils and teachers of Tabiri Gyansa JHS in the Ashanti Region, have been left without shelter after a fire ravaged their three-unit classroom block.
The Ghana National Association of Teachers (GNAT) on Thursday said it’s waiting for Government’s Policy on Teacher Motivation since teachers work under difficult conditions in the country.
As the New Patriotic Party (NPP) government contemplates a possible review of the duration of the Senior High School from three years back to four years, the immediate past Education Minister is asking the government to concentrate on quality rather than duration.
The Roman Ridge School (TRRS) was awarded 21 medals at this year's Queen’s Commonwealth Essay Competition.
The Nana Akufo-Addo led government is considering a possible review of the length of the Senior High School (SHS) from three years to four years.