An Educationist has said the government’s desire for a National Cathedral while RME has been cancelled from the basic education syllabus is contradictory.
The National Council of PTAs say the use of inexperienced teachers, mostly personnel of the Nation Builders Corp in teaching SHS students was counterproductive.
The Ghana Education Service (GES) has explained that students under the Double-Track system are expected to spend 162 teaching days in the academic year.
The President of the World Universities Debating Council (WUDC), Antonio Edem Asinyo, the organization’s first Ghanaian president, has accused the organization of structural racism and underrepresentation of African countries.
The Ghana Education Service (GES) has suspended the collection of levies under the auspices of parent-teacher associations (PTAs) in all public senior high schools (SHSs) and technical/vocational institutions (TVETs).
Government has secured a $60 million facility for the implementation of Phase 2 of the University of Allied Sciences project at Ho in the Volta Region.
Speaker of Parliament, Prof. Aaron Mike Oquaye will on Monday, January 14, open the 70th Annual New Year School and Conference at the University of Ghana.
The literary works of the renowned poet, essayist and retired surgeon, Prof. Lade Wosornu is to be translated into 11 languages by the Bureau of Ghana Language (BGL).
Government says it will soon reduce the number of Senior High Schools running the double track system.
The Accra International Book Festival (AIBF) is marking the 27th anniversary of the Fourth Republic by crowdsourcing a list of the best Ghanaian books.
Twenty-six-year-old resident of Ho, Humphrey Asigbe, has emerged as the winner of Ghana Library Authority’s (GhLA) Year of Reading logo Hackathon.
Former Dean of the Southampton Business School, Prof. Tom Thomas, has been appointed as the new Dean of the Accra Business School.
A cross-section of esteemed personalities in Ghana recently witnessed the launch of the TOKU Foundation aimed at boosting the advocacy for improved girl-child education in Ghana.
The Second edition of the biggest literary festival in Africa, Accra International Book Festival (AIBF) would be launched in August 2019.
The Deputy Volta Regional Minister has called on educationists to leverage on opportunities presented by the Science, Technology, Mathematics and Innovation Education to help make Ghana self-dependent.
The Ghana National Association of Retired Educationist has appealed to government to recruit more teachers to help reduce the high teacher-pupil ratio in basic schools.
The Ghana Education Service (GES) has announced January 5, as the reopening date for the final year and first-year Green Track Senior High School students.
Antonio Edem Asinyo has won the 2019 World Universities Debate Council presidential election to become the first black person to chair at the 39th world universities debate championships.
The Technical Universities Act, 2016 (Act 922) as amended established Technical Universities (TUs) in 2016 and 2018.
Twelve visually-impaired students at the University of Ghana have benefited from the 2nd annual Kimathi Kuenyehia Book Grant set up by the Chief Executive Officer of Kimathi and Partners, Mr. Kimathi Kuenyehia
Pupils of the Victoria Memerial Christian School spent the eve of Christmas with other children who were at the wards of the Volta Regional Hospital and the Ho Municipal Hospital.
The Obomengman Association in Ghana has awarded 65 hardworking and dedicated teachers at Obomeng in the Kwahu South District of the Eastern Region.
The University of Education, Winneba (UEW) has commissioned a Graduate Lounge to boost research activities at the University.
The Resolute Foundation Advisory Panel under the Mensin Gold Bibiani Limited in collaboration with the Ghana Education Service in the Bibiani-Anhwiaso-Bekwai Municipal Assembly has completed a project dubbed “RFAP Inter JHS Debating Competition” for all the 39 Junior High Schools within the communities in which it operates.
MTN, has donated a special bed and a mono desk to the tallest student ever admitted to the Swedru School of Business (SWESBUS).
Teachers in Asante-Akyem North District commute to school, squeezed in buckets of tricycles because they have no accommodation in communities they work.
The Bishop of Akatsi Diocese of the Catholic Church has proposed that all newly admitted Form One students in all Senior High Schools should be given compulsory cadet training.
President Nana Akufo-Addo is optimistic results at the end of the academic year would vindicate his government’s decision to introduce the double track system at the secondary education level.
Vice Chairman of the Council for the College of Community and Organisational Development (CCOD) Amoako Atta Fosu, has called on government to invest in Organisational Development (OD) education since it equips students to create jobs.
Government has initiated wide-ranging education reforms to transform the sector and make it more responsive and relevant to the needs of the country.
The Ghana National Education Campaign Coalition has elected Kofi Asare, an Education Consultant, as the chair of its Executive Council.
Ghana and Morocco are to exchange students and teachers to promote the use of French as the second language in Ghana.
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IMF Managing Director, Ms. Christine Lagarde, says Ghana must find a sustainable way of implementing the Free SHS policy, which could play a pivotal role in improving educational outcomes.
Ms Christine Lagarde, International Monetary Fund Managing Director, Monday, urged sub-Saharan African (SSA) governments to develop deliberate policy measures in education and digital connectivity to harness the benefits of new technologies that would ensure an ‘Africa Arisen’.
Minister of State in-charge of Tertiary Education, Professor Kwesi Yankah, at the weekend advised university graduates to explore opportunities under the government’s social intervention programmes to fetch jobs for themselves.
A Senior Lecturer at the Department of Earth Science of the University of Ghana, Dr Yvonne Sena Akosua Loh, has called for the creation of awareness about Earth Science among the general public.
Rector of Pentecost University College, Dr Daniel O. Walker, has cited what he says are unfavourable conditions in the education sector as a threat to tertiary education in Ghana.
Professor Eric Magnus Wilmot has called on GES to reconsider its stance against the use of mobile phones in secondary schools.
The struggles of a man begin at birth said Ola Rotimi in his book ‘The gods are not to blame’. Jeffery is a living example of that proverb and his success-story is one worth reading.
Child rights activist, Bright Appiah, is calling on the Ghana Education Service to sanction school heads that avail their pupils to be used for political activities.
In a bid to mitigate the perennial water-supply challenges on campus, the 1998 batch of Prempeh College in Kumasi has provided the school with a state-of-the-art water distribution system.
A new book, “Made in Ghana: Reflections on Governance and Power Shifts,” will be launched in Accra on Friday.
As part of efforts to enhance teaching and learning of science in the country; MTN Ghana Foundation in collaboration with Dext Technology is deploying over two thousand (2,000) Science sets to pupils in deprived 14 selected Junior High Schools across the country.
The Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) have won the 11th edition of the Pan African Universities Debate Championship (PAUDC) held in Dars es Salaam in Tanzania making, it the first time the tournament has been won by an institution outside the Southern African region.
The statue of Indian independence leader Mahatma Gandhi on University of Ghana campus has been torn down.
The Roman Ridge School won the Inter Schools Chess tourney organised by the Mentors Chess Academy in partnership with the Ghana Chess Association (GCA).
The Chartered Institute of Marketing, Ghana (CIMG) has conferred a CIMG Fellow status on the Vice-Chancellor of the University of Professional Studies Accra, Professor Abednego Feehi Okoe Amartey.
The abrogation of the Mathematics, Science and Technology Scholarship Scheme (MASTEES) engaged the attention of Parliament on Monday, prompting some legislators to call for a revival of the scheme to promote the study of the three disciplines in Ghanaian public schools.
The Accra Technical University will from January next year commence training programmes in Drone Technology and 3-D Printing among other courses.
Former President Kufuor has argued that, it would be inimical to the policy to ask students with rich parents to be excluded from the Free SHS policy in its early stages.
MAXMASS, a local contractor of AngloGold Ashanti Iduapriem Gold Mine, has in collaboration with Iduapriem Gold Mine donated 120 pieces of mono desk furniture valued at ¢26,000 to Tarkwa SHS.