At least nine teachers at the Ejisuman Senior High School (SHS) have been interdicted following alleged sexual abuse of female students.
A product of Seven Great Princes Academy, Gwendolyne Brown has written her name in gold in United Kingdom Academia.
Mr Kenneth Ashigbey, the Chief Executive Officer of the telecoms chamber has called on the GES to reconsider its stance against the use of mobile phones in high schools.
A Center for Entrepreneurship, Philanthropy and Ethics has been established by Heritage Christian College, a KNUST-affiliated university in Amasaman-Accra, as a step to reduce the spate of unemployment in Ghana.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Commonwealth Representatives in Accra have celebrated Commonwealth week in grand style in Ghana.
Pembroke Tutors, one of the leading tutorial service organisations in the U.K, will be visiting Ghana to offer super preparation courses to ICGSE students.
It was a solemn moment at the Wenchi Methodist SHS when students and teachers gathered to mark the first anniversary of the Kintampo Waterfall disaster.
The contractor who worked on the Atta Mills Presidential Library has threatened to take legal action to enable him to take over the facility if his outstanding certificate of work is not honoured by the close of this month.
Prominent boys school, Accra Academy has hosted British High Commissioner Iain Walker as part of deepening students' appreciation of English and British culture.
The President has called on every Ghanaian especially political leaders, traditional rulers, parents, teachers and students to support the Free SHS policy.
An Educationist has expressed concern over the continuous abysmal performance of pupils in public schools in the Basic Education Certificate Examination.
Vice Chancellor of the University Professor Daniel Kwame Bediako has backed the need for teachers to obtain a license as part of efforts to deepen professionalism.
Now is the time we the leaders of today (not leaders of tomorrow as they always told us) to demonstrate that we are indeed very ready and capable to represent the change Nigeria has been crying and asking for.
The 1968 Year Group of the Old Achimotan Association (OAA), on Saturday climaxed their 50th Anniversary Celebration at the school’s 91st Founders Day celebrations.
Pro Vice-Chancellor of the University of Cape Coast is urging the government to go beyond the use of the budgetary support in the implementation of the free SHS programme.
Miss Prisca Amponsah's oral dexterity has won her and the Aburi Girls SHS bragging rights for winning the 8th edition of The Young Debaters competition.
The West African Examinations Council (WAEC) has introduced additional measures to deal with examination malpractices in the country.
The Superintendent Minister of the Ebenezer Methodist Church has called on government to return mission schools to the churches to help improve the upbringing of the children.
As part of the fun-packed programmes lined up for March, the month of freedom, Joy Prime is organising an essay competition for children dubbed the 2018 4kids Essay Competition.
A five-member Audit Committee has been inaugurated to audit the finance of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST), in Kumasi.
Teachers have appealed to the Ministry of Gender, Women and Social Protection to speed up the process of work on the bill seeking to extend maternity leave.
Leading IT training institution, NIIT Ghana has presented computers, accessories and assorted IT training books to the Betenase M/A JHS in Sekyedumasi at a cost of GHS35,000.
The University of Ghana French Club last Friday launched a campaign to boost French studies in Senior High Schools across the country.
For over 13 years and counting, Nestlé Milo®, through the President’s Independence Day Awards, has continuously promoted Academic Excellence by recognizing and rewarding hundreds of brilliant candidates for their performances in the Basic Education Certificate Examination as well as other curricular activities.
Authorities of Kibi School for the Deaf say they have received no government subvention for the past three months.
Wife of the Vice President, Samira Bawumia has said the struggle for gender equality will be meaningless unless the girl child is empowered through education.
Professor Kwame Boasiako-Antwi, the Vice Rector and Dean of the Graduate School of Pentecost University, has urged graduates to be innovative and create a future for themselves than wait for government employment.
TEWU has condemned attempts by the National Council for Tertiary Education to transfer some staff of the Colleges of Education back to the Ghana Education Service.
Female teachers have been challenged to be courageous and stamp their authority to expose their male counterparts who sexually abuse young school girls.
Zoomkids Club, made up of environmental and sanitation clubs in basic schools, took part in the celebration of 61st Independence parade as part of its public education programme on environmental sanitation.
The race to select which Senior High School represents the country at this year's International Public Speaking Competition will come to a climax on Saturday.
Accra Academy has qualified for the 2018 edition of NSMQ after an extraordinary performance at the Greater Accra Regional contest.
Some victims of the alleged sexual abuse at the Ejisuman SHS have asked educational authorities to make alternative arrangements for them to write their final exams.
Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology is reviewing its academic curricula and research programmes to meet the current socio-economic needs of society.
The Ghana National Petroleum Corporation has released $1 million for the establishment of a Research Chair in Petroleum Commerce at the Institute for Oil and Gas Studies at the UCC.
The Gender Directorate of the University of Education, Winneba will be organising a three-day programme to mark the International Women's Day.
Ola Girls SHS, Kenyasi, put up a spirited performance against their fellow contenders from Accra Academy, to win the 2018 National Inter Senior High School Debate competition.
Unique Child Academy, a private basic education institution base at Haatso a suburb of Accra under its “improving the academic life of a pupil through sports vision to raise sports men and women in the school has launched a new sports program that seeks to expose the children to various sports disciplines and nurture them to realize their full potential in sports .
Education at Yaw Safo, a community in the Asante AKyem South District of the Ashanti Region, is on the brink of collapse.
President Akufo-Addo says his government will create a society full of opportunities and incentives for Ghanaians.
Some old students of Keta Senior High School (Ketascho) in the Keta Municipality of the Volta Region are angry over a decision taken by school authorities to evacuate some teachers from the Staff Bungalows.
The leadership of Technical University Teachers Association of Ghana (TUTAG) is threatening to remain on strike until government withdraws sections of the bill that seeks to alter the autonomy of technical universities.
The Minister of Justice and Attorney-General Gloria Akuffo is expected to address the JoyFm Thought Leadership Forum on the controversial subject of legal education in Ghana.
Professor Ama Ma Aidoo has set the stage for a national debate by calling for the scrapping of the boarding component of SHS.
The President of the University of Leicester Alumni-West African Chapter has called on government to explore the option of Distance Learning to complement the efforts invested in the educational front.
The KNUST Institute of Distance Learning (IDL) has commissioned its Takoradi City Campus at Kansaworodo, in the Western Region.
Pro-Vice Chancellor of the University of Cape Coast, Professor George K.T Oduro, has challenged Universities across the country to solve societal challenges using their research.
A teacher in Kumasi who educates his students on computer technology without any computers will get support from Microsoft.
A former Vice-Chancellor of the University of Ghana has dismissed allegations that he signed a bad deal when he allegedly committed the university to pay over $250 million for a $64 million loan.
The Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration has won the maiden edition of the National Commission for Civic Education's 2018 Civic Challenge.
Technical Universities in the countries are likely to embark on a sit down strike from Thursday over what they believe is discrimination against them.