A contest so close for so long, it may be time for doctors and paramedics to set up camp at the NSMQ contests.
Kumasi High School has secured a semi-final spot at the ongoing National Science and Maths Quiz after dismissing Wesley Girls High School, a female powerhouse.
In the end it was a no contest. It was bullying. Opening a 43-point victory margin must be illegal. Prempeh College has used GSTS for lunch.
In the last quarter-final clash, the auditorium is packed with supporters of the defending champions, Adisadel College from the Central region.
The GES will Friday close down three schools at Akyem Adjobue in the Akyemansa District of the Eastern Region because of rampant defecation in classrooms by unknown persons.
In this next quarter-final clash, Tamale SHS, the only school holding the fort for the Northern region faces two schools, University Practice SHS and KNUST SHS.
So yes, this is the quarter-final stage of the National Science and Maths Quiz. 108 Senior High Schools have been whittled down to 27.
The Ghana Book Trust will hold this years edition of the CODE Burt Award for African Young Adult writers in Accra from July 24 to 26.
Presbyterian Boys snatched a slot for the quarter finals at the one-eighth stage of the National Science and Maths Quiz ahead of Accra Academy and St. Johns in a pulsating Accra derby.
Former President John Kufuor has warned of an imminent security crisis unless political leaders in Africa and elsewhere in the world take the unemployment challenge seriously.
Achimota School has been granted the power by an Accra High Court to regain its lands from encroachers after seven years of litigation.
Stakeholders in education at a policy dialogue forum organized in Bolgatanga have called for the institutionalization of guidelines for government’s intervention on free school uniforms distribution.
Prempeh College staged a show which was irresistible to watch as they consistently answered correctly most bonus questions.
Higher educational institutions have a duty to ensure that their products are well-equipped with employable skills, Professor Osei Darkwa, the President of Ghana Telecom University College, has said.
The Principal of Tepa Nursing and Midwifery Training College in Kumasi has debunked media reports accusing her and the accountant of the school of fraud and financial malfeasance.
NGO, Engage Now Africa (ENA), has graduated some 16 participants of its adult literacy programme on Saturday with a call on the government and other NGOs to support the initiative.
Lecturers at the University of Education Winneba say they will not return to the classrooms even after the university was reopened.
A 17-year-old student of William and Mary College in the United States, Samantha Boateng, is set to build a second library at Asuodei, a village one hour away from Kumasi in the Ashanti Region.
Two pupils of Ghana International School are championing a campaign that will provide football boots to talented barefooted players of a local team in La, Accra.
Twenty Senior High Schools, alongside churches and individuals in the Eastern Region, have been recognized for making a regular blood donation to save lives.
The Headmistress of Bagabaga Demonstration ‘B’ Primary School in Tamale, says the school lacks reading materials, which is affecting teaching and learning.
Pupils of Assin Asamankese D/A Primary School can now touch and feel the real computer mouse and not use stones to represent the device.
The Ghana Technology University College (GTUC) in collaboration with Coventry University, United Kingdom, has organised the “International Conference on Education, Technology and Entrepreneurship (ICETE) 2017” in Accra.
The lawyer for the plaintiff who is challenging the legitimacy of the University of Education Winneba (UEW)'s council says the court order issued Tuesday did not amount to the closure of the school.
The 2017 graduation ceremony for students who pursued various masters’ programmes at the Ghana Institute of Journalism has been postponed indefinitely.
Minister of Inner-City and Zongo Development, Alhaji Abubakar Saddique Boniface, has said the Zongo Community Development Fund would be used to support education and other critical needs of the Zongo communities.
The University of Education Winneba has appealed to its students not to be disheartened by a High court decision ordering the shutdown of the school.
The one-eighth stage of the 2017 National Science & Maths Quiz will begin on Monday, June 12, 2017, with 81 Senior High Schools competing for supremacy as champions of Science and Mathematics in Ghana.
The Assin South District Directorate of GES is annoyed about media reports of a teacher who was compelled to improvise the use of stones for a mouse, at an ICT class due to unavailability of a computer.
Joy News has visited the Assin Asamankese D/A Primary School in the Assin South District of the Central region and confirmed, pupils study ICT using stones as a computer mouse.
As part of measures to address falling academic standards, chiefs of Adugyama Traditional area in the Ahafo Ano South District of the Ashanti Region have vowed to punish parents who send their children on errands after 7 p.m.
Former Donkoryiem Assemblyman, Supi Kofi Kwayera has sued the University of Education, Winneba over the continuous stay of the school’s Council.
Investigations have uncovered irregularities in admissions and financial transactions at the Tepa Nursing and Midwifery Training College in Ashanti Region.
Lands Minister, John Peter Amewu has directed the reopening of the Ghana School of Survey and Mapping, a month after it was closed over students vandalism.
Chief Executive Officer for the Ghana Free Zones Board, Michael Okyere Baafi is supporting the construction of an ultra modern computer laboratory for the Wesley Methodist Basic School at Koforidua in the Eastern Region.
Seventeen of the current 73 students of the West Africa Centre for Crop Improvement (WACCI), University of Ghana (UG) will receive their Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) degrees in Plant Breeding at the University's Congregation in July.
Joy News has learnt that some of the questions set by the exams body were not contained in the prescribed syllabus for the Junior High School level.
An educationist is urging government to introduce skill development courses into educational curricula.
Government has reaffirmed its commitment to the continuous efforts of developing the Regional Maritime University (RMU) into a world class specialised University for maritime affairs.
Headmaster of the Nifa Senior High School, Adukrom, Dr Philip Victor Akoto, has called on philanthropic organisations to assist the school to provide an assembly hall for a student population of 2,500.
The United States branch of the Graduate Students' Association of Ghana has been officially inaugurated.
Over 700 students from various senior high schools in the Central and Western regions participated in the maiden “Open House” activity of the Nduom School of Business and Technology at Aboabo.
St. Peter’s Boys SHS emerged winners after the contest at the New N block inside the University of Ghana with an impressive total of 53 points over their competitors St. Augustine’s College who managed 32 points with Yaa Asantewaa Girl’s SHS placing last with 22 points.
The Mfantsipim Old Boys Association (MOBA) gathered in Maryland in the USA on the Memorial Day weekend - May 26 to 28, 2017.
Member of Parliament for Ofoase-Ayirebi Constituency has advised final year junior high school students to take their time and reflect on questions before attempting to answer them.
Education Minister, Dr Matthew Opoku-Prempeh says the President’s comment about the disconnect between Ghana’s educational curricula and the job requirements was distorted.
Notre Dame Girls’ SHS and Simms SHS are through to the next stage of the 2017 National Science & Maths Quiz.
Day two of the 2017 National Science and Maths Quiz preliminaries came off last Tuesday with keenly competitive contests at the University of Ghana.
Some supervisors of the ongoing Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE) are asking pupils to contribute not less than GhȻ10 each so they can have the space to cheat.
Some supervisors of the ongoing BECE are asking pupils to contribute not less than GhȻ10 each so they can have the space to cheat.
President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, has stated that education and skills training are the most important source of empowering and providing opportunities to the youth.
A top executive of the GES has revealed the number of students offering agriculture courses at the secondary and tertiary levels has been declining annually.