The government has given a strong response to the latest critique of the double track system, an offspring of its flagship Free Senior High policy.
The Ghana Education Service (GES) has ordered all regional, Municipal, Metropolitan and District Directors of Education to declare vacancies.
A delegation of nearly 20 Heads, Principals and Senior leaders will be visiting Accra in May to meet with parents, students, government ministers and business leaders at a UK Boarding School Exhibition
The government has been called upon to target in-service training needs of teachers to ensure the country achieves the desired quality education.
The Accra International Book Festival (AIBF) will host British-Nigerian writer, Ola Awonubi on its all-writers’ affair platform ‘Catch Up!’ this Thursday.
TEWU has given government up to the end of next month to take immediate action and address all outstanding issues of concern else it will declare a nationwide strike.
Researchers at the University of Cape Coast have called for a national policy on responsible mobile phone use in pre-tertiary educational institutions by both teachers and students.
Children and teachers of Agogo Nhyiaeso Basic School in the Ashanti Region who study in a dilapidated structure will soon see an end to their plight.
A Ghanaian scholar, Dr Daniel A. Wubah has been appointed as the 15th President of Millersville University, Pennsylvania in the United State of America.
The Ghana Writers’ Conference (GhaWCo) 2019 edition has been scheduled for December 21 at the University of Ghana, Legon.
The Ghana Education Service has presented digital pianos to 100 selected Senior High Schools (SHS) in the country.
Prof. Nana Aba Appiah Amfo, Dean, School of languages has delivered an inaugural lecture on the topic Beyond Babel: Communicating in Context and Across Domains.
The Foundation for Generational Thinkers (FOGET) has called on the Ghana Education Service (GES) to reconsider its decision to implement the new primary school curriculum from the 2019-2020 academic year.
A 17-year-old Yvonne Harrison has been denied her right to education for being pregnant.
The Ministry of Education is on course with the government’s plan to transform Ghana into a “learning nation,” Deputy Minister of Education, Dr. Yaw Osei Adutwum has stated.
Producers of the TV Series PUZZLED, Youth Bridge Foundation (YBF), has produced and presented copies of the first ever braille version of Ghana’s Child and Family Welfare Policy (2015) to the Akropong School for the Blind.
The 1998 Year Group of St. Peter's Senior High School has presented awards to four teachers of the School for their hard work and dedication to duty.
The University of Education, Winneba has responded to a call by its former Vice Chancellor, Prof. Mawutor Avoke, to be reinstated.
The National Council for Curriculum & Assessment (NaCCA) has clarified changes made in the History curriculum perceived to have downplayed the role of Ghana's first president in the struggle for independence.
A former Vice-Chancellor of the University of Education, Winneba, has asked to be reinstated, insisting a EOCO report absolves him of any wrongdoing.
The Samira Empowerment and Humanitarian Projects (SEHP) has donated books to the Maule Basic A, B and C Cluster of Schools in the Ho Municipality of the Volta Region.
The National Council for Curriculum and Assessment wants to see Ghanaian students move from the habit of learning for exams and has announced changes in the curriculum to reflect this goal.
The University of Professional Studies, Accra (UPSA) has been ranked among top universities in sub-Saharan Africa in pioneering new global ranking that assesses the social and economic impact of universities based on the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
As part of its Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Silver Star Auto Ltd (SSAL) has donated a brand new Suzuki Ertiga vehicle to Al-Rayan International School (ARIS).
A former Pro-Vice Chancellor of the University of Cape Coast has described the newly drafted Public Universities bill as complicated, unworkable and suppressive.
For people who aspire to levels of higher education, preferably pursuing a Master’s in Business Administration, acquiring funds can be quite a daunting task.
A team of students from the Regent University College of Science and Technology in Accra has emerged finalists in the Hult Prize Regional finals held in Madrid, Spain.
Retired Educationist, Ibrahim Kwaku Gyasi has welcomed the introduction of new uniforms for pupils at Junior High Schools as announced by the GES Thursday, April 11.
The Director General of the Ghana Education Service announced reforms to the current educational system.
The Director-General of the Ghana Education Service, Professor Kwasi Opoku-Amankwa, on Thursday, April 11, launched the New Basic Curriculum as part of ongoing reforms in the sector.
All district education offices in the country are to be equipped with printing machines to be used in the production of examination papers for basic schools, the GES has said.
The Board of Governors, teaching and non-teaching staff, old students and the Chiefs and people of Asuom, on Friday, launched the 50th Anniversary celebration at a colourful ceremony in Asuom.
A draft Public Universities Bill submitted to the public universities for their input has elicited mixed reactions from a section of the public and stakeholders, including some university lecturers.
The Department of Medical Laboratory Technology of the Accra Technical University has outdoored a Professional Handbook for students undertaking the four-year Bachelor of Technology Medical Laboratory Science (MLS).
Former President, Jerry John Rawlings has declined the proposed renaming of University of Development Studies (UDS) after him.
Per the dictates of the MoU, MPA will assist the GES to map all basic schools in Ghana so that schools under trees as well as those with poor infrastructure will be identified and prioritised.
IMANI Africa did not run out of adjectives when it variously characterized the yet to be introduced public universities bill as backdoor arrangement, outmoded at birth, usurpation of the universities authority, dictatorial, etc.
The University of Health and Allied Science has raised strong reservations to a draft bill in which the government seeks to change how universities are governed.
Former Vice-Chancellor of the University of Ghana, Prof Ernest Aryeetey says a draft Public Universities’ Bill in its current form, will stifle initiative and politicise the universities.
Four public universities will be renamed if a draft bill from the Education Ministry makes it to Parliament and is passed in its current form.
The 2019 West African Senior School Certificate Examination has commenced today as WAEC seeks to introduce CCTV camera across all exam centres in Ghana to restrain students from exam malpractice.
The Minority in Parliament says it will fight the attempt by the government to pass a law that will cause government arrest governance of the universities from internal elements.
"Coding must be compulsory, at all levels. The currency of the future is going to be coding…We must democratize technology,” Akinwumi Adesina tells Mo Ibrahim Governance Week
The latest to oppose the draft Public Universities Bill is a professor of law who has said the bill is an affront to the independence of Universities. But the Education Ministry has rejected the claim.
A Central regional MP Rev. John Ntim Fordjour has donated 20 street lights and 10 laptops to his alma mater, University of Mines and Technology in the Western Region.
Pupils in kindergarten to primary six will from the next academic year, which starts in September, have a new education curriculum that will put a premium on reading, writing, arithmetic and creativity.
The NPP MP for Effutu has called for the reinstatement of all the sacked teaching and non-teaching staff of the University of Education, Winneba.
Political Science lecturer at the University of Ghana, Prof Yaw Gyampo, has vowed to resist what he says are attempts by the government to deny public universities academic freedom.
MP for Efutu, Alexander Afenyo Markin, has called on stakeholders in the impasse at UEW, to adopt a reconciliatory path to bring to an end to the crisis.
Students of Kumasi High School in the Ashanti region are calling on the government to help improve their toilet facilities.
The non-governmental organization, Humu Foundation, has come to the rescue of pupils at Bosuayiri Primary School in the Wa municipality of the Upper West region.
Oriens School Complex, one of the leading basic schools in Ngleshie Amanfrom in the Ga South Municipality during recently held a career counselling and guidance for the children at the school’s premise at American Farm.Oriens School Complex, one of the leading basic schools in Ngleshie Amanfrom in the Ga South Municipality during recently held a career counselling and guidance for the children at the school’s premise at American Farm. The event which was in its 2nd edition saw the children dressed in various professional uniforms base on which profession each child want practice in future. The school invited some professionals who interacted with the children . Surprisingly those chose to be in doctors and nurses uniforms dominated the program in which the school authority took them to American Community Farm Community Clinic to offer the children the opportunity have an insight into how doctors and nurses work. However those who wore police uniform were sent to a nearby police post to familiarise themselves on the role police personnel play in our communities. The children were received by the Founder of the clinic Dr Kwabena Appiah. Dr Appiah commended the school authority for introducing a program which exposes school children to an environment that will inspire them to build their future career. He therefore appealed to parents and guardians not to profession for their wards but to allow the children to chose what they are very good at. Doctor Appiah urged parents of the school to support the school authority to sustain the program which according to him will inspire the children to focus on what they want to do in future. On his part the Head Teacher of the school Mr Maclean Mensah thanked the management of the clinic for the opportunity given them . Mr Mensah said the program was introduced to guide the children to appreciate profession of their choice. According to him the school places high premium on child development and therefore has in place various activities that help the children to discover their hidden talents.