The subsidiary legislative committee of Parliament, is set to meet with the Attorney General and the General Legal Council rising problems surrounding legal education in Ghana.
Any teacher at the Ejisuman SHS who attempts to intimidate students as an investigation into allegations of mass sexual abuse continues, will be dealt with.
The SRC of the Ghana School of Law, on Wednesday called for the scraping of the school’s Independent Examination Board, which conducts examination for students.
WAEC has revealed that some 316,980 candidates will be writing this year’s West African Senior School Certificate Examination.
The Students Representative Council of the Ghana School of Law has rejected the results of the 2017 Bar exams which recorded an 81% mass failure.
The Deputy Rector of GIMPA will this week, deliver his inaugural lecture which will focus on reforms in the public sector in countries in Commonwealth Africa and the Caribbean.
President of Open University, Malaysia (OUM), Professor Dato Mansor Fadzil, has called for diversification of Ghana’s educational sector to enhance quality and affordability.
President Akufo-Addo says no headmaster or headmistress of any Senior High School (SHS) should charge any unapproved already exempted under the Free SHS policy.
Minority Chief Whip Alhaji Mohammed Mubarak Muntaka has reiterated his desire to see quashed a controversial regulation on admission criteria for law students.
Government has been advised to establish a strong financial sustainability plan that would enable it to progress with the implementation of the Free Senior High School (SHS) and the other social intervention programmes.
The Continental Hall Alumni Association of KNUST has served a notice it will resist attempts by school authorities to convert the hall into a mixed-sex hall.
The Deputy Education Minister has said the ministry will task the GES to immediately streamline the process of establishing basic schools in some deprived communities across the country.
Parliament has five sitting days to take a decision on a Legislative Instrument which will legalise requirements for prospective professional lawyers.
The Teachers and Educational Workers’ Union (TEWU) of the Trades Union Congress on Wednesday called on government to stop professional teachers from leaving the classroom to perform non-teaching jobs.
The General Legal Council is warning it may not admit students this year to pursue professional law programme at the Ghana School of Law.
The Technical University College of Ghana, in collaboration with Care and Social Development, a non-governmental organisation, has broken the ground for the construction of a multi-purpose orphanage in Tamale.
The government of Ghana, under the Secondary Education Improvement Project (SEIP), has negotiated an additional $40m from the World Bank to support the Free Senior High School (SHS) Policy, the Minister of Education has said.
The Wa East District Education Directorate and the Ghana Police service have rescued a 17-year-old Junior High School graduate from being given out for early marriage.
Government is to recruit about three thousand Arabic teachers in the Islamic schools throughout the country.
Vice President of GTUC, Professor Isaac Abeku Blankson, says education should equip students to become transformational thinkers.
A one-day stakeholder’s conference organised by the management of the Ghana National Service Scheme (NSS) was held in Accra.
Several Ghanaian parents and guardians have turned out for the British Boarding School Expo 2018, which is currently ongoing at the African Regent Hotel in Accra.
Madina Area Superintendent of The Apostolic Church, Ghana, Apostle Jonas Offei, has called on Ghanaians to exercise restraint and collaborate with government in dealing with the teething problems facing the implementation of the free SHS policy.
Laweh Open University, Ghana’s Premier Open Universality has held a Free Coding Clinic to help address the unemployment situation in the country.
A total of 9000 pupils in various basic schools in eight districts in the Northern and Volta Regions have each received at least eight exercise books, pens, pencils, sharpeners and erasers to support their academic activities.
The NSS has announced that eligible Ghanaians who missed the opportunity to do their national service in the previous years have up to Friday, March 16, 2018, to enrol.
Twelve-year-old Shifa Amankwah-Gabbey made Ashanti Regional proud last Saturday after she emerged winner of the 2018 National Spelling Bee competition.
More than 60 adolescent girls and parent peer counsellors within the Kochem, Ngogu and Bogunaayili communities in the Northern Region will receive training on community response and accountability strategies to reduce the school drop-out rate in the region.
The British Boarding School Expo, an educational exhibition of British boarding schools, will open in Accra from Wednesday to Saturday at the African Regent Hotel.
Some schools at Ahwia in the Kwabre East District in the Ashanti Region have been shut down following bloody clashes between two youth groups over the weekend.
Mining and construction company, Sandvik Gh. Ltd, has handed over a new six-unit classroom block to the Pakyi community in the Ashanti region.
The Ghana National Petroleum Corporation (GNPC) has presented a cheque for GH¢500, 000 to the University of Energy and Natural Resources (UENR) for the completion of the first phase of the University’s two-storey Applications Laboratory.
Students of the Korlebu Nursing and Midwifery Training College who were last December evicted from their hostels say their academic work has been affected by the move.
Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) has launched the first ‘Engineering Leadership Skills Lecture Series’, at a ceremony, in Kumasi, as part of efforts by the College of Engineering to train engineers who are ready to lead the industrial revolution.
President Nana Akufo-Addo has said Africa has the resources and capacity to finance access to quality education of its citizens, and also promote the interests of the continent.
President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo on Friday, fulfilled a promise he made to Anita Gyan, a young talented student who caught his attention with her poetry recital during the Ada Asafotufiam Festival last year.
Tullow Ghana Limited has constructed a hostel for the Axim Girls’ Senior High School at Axim in the Nzema East Municipality of the Western Region.
The construction of a six-unit classroom block and a teachers' bungalow for Tousa L/A Primary School awarded on contract in 2011 has been abandoned.
National Programme Coordinator of SOS Children’s Villages Ghana, George Yaw Boateng, has called on parents to support the government with the implementation of the free senior high school policy.
The Ministry of Education is blaming lack of proper communication channels in schools for the increasing student rioting in the country
The government has shifted the cost burden of the direct funding of its free senior high school (SHS) programme to the Scholarship Secretariat.
Deputy Minister for Employment and Labour Relations, Bright Wireko-Brobbey, has said it is regrettable that Ghanaians have always thought Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) is meant for less brilliant and second class citizens.
The Association of Law Students’ Presidents has called for the annulment of the Legal Profession Regulations 2017 currently before the Subsidiary Legislation Committee.
Mathew Opoku Prempeh has told a gathering of the world’s education stakeholders that government was committed to deepening the use of technology in education in Ghana.
Deputy Minister in charge of Technical and Vocational Education, Barbara Asher Ayisi, says technical education is not for school dropouts but for students who have the talent to excel.
Former President Mahama has been accused of contracting AfricaWatch magazine to publish damaging reports about the Free SHS policy in its February 2018 edition.
Teachers at the Ejisuman Senior High School in the Ashanti region are denying an allegation that they are sexually exploiting students in the school.
Brand owners of Indomie, De United Foods Industries Ltd (DUFIL), has introduced a special Indomie pack for schools.
COTVET) has entered into an agreement with PriceWaterHouseCoopers (PWC) Ghana Limited to conduct a Skills Gap Analysis and Audit in seven priority areas.
Government has released Ghc35.9 million to cover second term operational and administrative costs for public second cycle schools under the Free SHS programme.