GCB Bank Limited has donated 1,500.00 chairs to the Acherensua Senior High School (ACHISCO) in the Ahafo region.
UPSA put up a spirited performance to crush Wisconsin International University College to win the 2019 inter-university Newsroom Contest.
The Headmaster of Asuom Senior High, M. Francis Koomson-Barnes, has assured Old Students, natives of Asuom, dignitaries and government functionaries who are expected to grace the occasion of the 50 years Anniversary of Asuom Senior High at Akyem Asuom on Saturday, 30th November, 2019, that all is set for the smooth celebration.
Five polytechnics and technical universities, as well as 10 technical institutes, are set to see a massive upgrade in their training and other facilities, Vice President Dr Mahamudu Bawumia has announced.
The CEO of the Chamber of Bulk Oil Distributors will Tuesday speak to students of the University of Cape Coast (UCC) on preparing graduates for work.
The Cape Coast High Court has dismissed a suit challenging the legitimacy of the Vice-Chancellor of University of Education (UEW), Prof. Anthony Afful-Broni by his predecessor.
Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) has been adjudged the best University in Ghana and West Africa.
Professor Abednego Feehi Okoe Amartey has urged government to insist on marketing training for all Public Sector Organisations and has further called for future recruitments to be tied to marketing literacy.
Students of St. Francis of Assisi Girls' Senior High School in the Jirapa Municipality of the Upper West Region have difficulty attending to nature's call as a result of inadequate toilet facilities at the school.
President Nana Akufo-Addo has said religious institutions deserve to play significant roles in the management of their schools so that quality education is ensured and maintained in schools.
Children and teachers of Nhyiaeso D/A Basic School in Ashanti Region are relieved as MTN Foundation has sponsored a new classroom block and staff accommodation for them.
The Headmaster of the Mampong School for the Deaf has called for special examiners to mark scripts of Deaf and Dumb students in the Basic Education Certificate Examination.
Siemens Ghana has urged the Ministry of Education to help promote Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) education in Ghana.
The National Council for Curriculum and Assessment says claims that the curricula for Junior High School and Senior High Schools have been reviewed are false.
Municipal Chief Executive (MCE) for Jomoro, Mr Ernest Kofie says enrolment in schools in the municipality, has risen to 8,335since 2017 as a result of the Free Senior High School (SHS) flagship programme in the country.
The mid-semester break for Senior High Schools has been extended to November 15, the Ghana Education Service has said.
The Deputy Chief of Staff and Political Assistant to the President, Francis Asenso-Boakye has donated ten computers, a scanner, and a projector to some selected schools within the Bantama Sub-Metro
A university is investigating after mistakenly sharing the personal details of about 2,000 students in an email promoting a lecture.
GoldFields Ghana is investing $500,000 in a Graduate Trainee Programme it says will improve the human capital of its host communities.
Standard Chartered Bank Ghana is disbursing a total of ¢71,000 as the first tranche of a total amount of GHS300,000 over a four-year period to 31 brilliant and needy students.
UPSA put up a gutsy performance to trounce GIJ for a place at the grand finale in the ongoing Newsroom competition.
Eighty students from the Awutu Senya West Constituency have benefited from a scholarship scheme to enable them to continue with their tertiary education.
The Old Vandals Association, Alumni of the Commonwealth Hall of the University of Ghana, has broken grounds for the construction of a 4,660-bed capacity Commonwealth Hall Annex project at the University.
Rev Prof. Afful-Broni, has found himself in fresh trouble as pressure has begun to mount on the University Council to remove him.
Registrar at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology is drawing attention to subject combinations in second-cycle schools.
Opposition legislators in Parliament are claiming that more than 1,400 Senior High School students got pregnant and dropped out of school in the 2018/2019 academic year.
Oriens Complex School has received a student delegation from the University of Promanova in Germany.
The Association of Law Students has appealed to Parliament, to first investigate the failures before reforming the law on legal education.
The President, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, says the educational investment being made in Ghana’s children is vital for the future of the country.
The Manna Mission Incorporated has commissioned the Manna Nursing College at Teshie in Accra to facilitate the training of Christ-centered professional nurses in the country.
The 2019 Global Pluralism winner has charged corporate bodies to support literacy, especially in children by buying reading materials to stock school and public libraries.
Teacher Unions have called for the immediate suspension of the policy for the payment of GH¢200.00 each by the In-Service Teachers to secure Teacher Professional Licences.
The crisis that has plagued legal education in Ghana has been attributed, in part, to the conflicting roles of the General Legal Council (GLC), acting as both regulator and player in legal education.
The Automation Ghana Group, has supported 25 students of the Batsonaa T.M.A. Primary School with scholarships.
Lack of classrooms and inadequate furniture at the Nazori (Walewale M/A. B.) primary school in Walewale in the North East region are affecting academic work in the school.
Information Minister says, the government’s flagship programme, the Free Senior High School (SHS) policy, “is a heritage that every Ghanaian child must enjoy.”
The Adentan Municipal Assembly represented by Theodora Ackon Mensah has emerged the winner in the recent Greater Accra Regional Reading Competition held at the Accra Central Library.
Dr. Henry Godson Afful, has advised government to work with private institutions to produce professionals who would fit in today's global world.
In Nkwantanum in the Central Region, a 55-year-old teacher is providing free private basic education to about 300 children in the upper Denkyira west municipality.
The National Council for Curriculum and Assessment has reiterated that it has not yet approved any textbook for the new curriculum.
The National Democratic Congress (NDC) has alleged that the government is using subterfuge means to campaign in Senior High School across the country.
Former President Jerry John Rawlings has urged higher institutions of learning to use external examiners to stem incidents of sex for grades.
Management of University of Cape Coast says barring any unforeseen events, lectures would resume on Thursday.
St. Jerome SHS in Offinso Municipality of the Ashanti Region beat Opoku Ware School to win the 2019 Luv FM High School Debate, with just a point.
Ashanti Regional Director of Education is encouraging the Multimedia Group to push its innovative Luv FM High School Debate for second-cycle institutions in the region into a national program
The Second Deputy Speaker of Parliament has slammed the Chief Justice and the General Legal Council for recent scuffles on legal education in the country.
Pupils from Kindergarten (K.G) 1 to Primary 6 will on Wednesday, October 29, take a break from school, the Ghana Education Service has announced.
Okyenhene, Osagyefo Amoatia Ofori Panin II, has launched the Asona Family Educational Foundation and Scholarship to assist members of the Asona clan to get a good tertiary education.
The association of teachers in Nkoranza North District has claimed that, at least 80 teachers have fled the area this academic year, following the killing of two of their colleagues.
After building himself up academically through unconventional methods, Mr. Robert Bamfo saw his children as a test case to justify his belief that Ghana’s teaching and learning system is faulty.
Huawei Ghana has toured some 16 universities in Ghana to give the students the opportunity to compete in the 2019-2020 edition of the Huawei ICT Skill Competition.
The Dormaa Central Municipal Chief Executive, has said 68 people in the Dormaa Central Municipality have benefited from a scholarship package to pursue various programmes at different universities in the country.