Sixteen thousand newly trained teachers have so far been registered by the National Service Secretariat to perform their mandatory one-year national service.
GES in the Asuogyaman has asked headteachers of schools in the District to release their pupils to line up on the streets in honour of a Presidential visit.
The Education Minister, Mathew Opoku Prempeh, has debunked reports suggesting that children whose parents do not have a TIN will not benefit from Free SHS.
Communications Minister, Ursula Owusu-Ekuful, has inaugurated a 12-member Governing Council for the Ghana Technology University College.
Learning disabilities are neurological disorders that affect the brain’s ability to receive process, analyze and store information.
Ghana’s leading all-talk radio station, Asempa FM is set to roll out a thought leadership forum that seeks to spearhead policy discussions in the country.
I’m now going to suggest some specific ways you can dream bold brash dreams and then develop audacity to act on those dreams.
The 2018 Open Doors report on international education has revealed that the United States hosted 1.09 million international students during the 2017/2018 academic year.
Pupils from Pantang Hospital Junior High School showed their spelling prowess at this year’s edition of the Aspire to Bee spelling competition held in Accra.
The University of Cape Coast has won this year's Inter-Medical School Public Speaking Competition.
The University of Education, Winneba has launched its silver jubilee celebration. The year-long celebration is expected to set the tone for launching the university as an institution of worldwide acclaim.
The 1998-year group of Apam Senior High School (APASS) has extended the dining hall of the school to accommodate all students at a go during dinning period as part of their 20th anniversary celebration.
President of Presbyterian University College, Ghana, Rev. Prof. Adow Obengis, is accusing their public counterparts of deliberate attempts to cripple them by lowering admission requirements.
The Ministry of Education says technical and vocational institutions in the country will not only exist in names but will see a major facelift to churn out quality human resource for the country.
The 2019 Queen’s Commonwealth Essay Competition has officially been opened after a historic launch in Accra by the Duchess of Cornwall and the First Lady Rebecca Akufo-Addo on November 5.
The Legon Centre for International Affairs and Diplomacy has held a send-off ceremony for its former Director, Prof. Henrietta Mensa-Bonsu.
The Ghana Education Service (GES) has admitted less time has been devoted to Physical Education and sports at all levels of the academic ladder.
Labour unions at KNUST, including UTAG, have restored services they suspended in the wake of a bitter conflict with the government.
The Ghana Library Authority (GhLA) has signed a partnership collaboration with Book Aid International, support public schools and special libraries.
The government will continue to provide funding for the free SHS policy, irrespective of the cost, the Director General of the GES, Professor Kwasi Opoku-Amankwa, has said.
Speakers and participants at the Graphic Business/Stanbic Breakfast Forum in Accra Monday unanimously agreed that rich parents must be made to pay for the education of their children under the free SHS programme to help save the policy from collapsing or compromising the quality of education.
Goil Ghana Limited has donated an amount of ¢100,000 towards the tertiary education of selected needy but brilliant tertiary students
A former Vice-Chancellor of the University of Ghana says government does not have what it takes to sustain the Free Senior High School (SHS) programme.
Young Ghanaian educationist, Caroline Esinam Adzogble has launched a '100 Laptop Give Away Project' to bolster efforts to provide quality education across the continent.
The President, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, has revealed that Cabinet has given its approval for the Wa and Navrongo campuses of UDS, Tamale, to become autonomous universities.
The School of Medicine and Dentistry has organised its White Coat Ceremony for the Class of 2021 at the new Examinations Hall, Charles Easemon Building at the Korle Bu Teaching Hospital.
Lecturers and students of the Integrated Development Studies Department of EPUC, have donated teaching and learning materials to the Leklebe-Wobe D/A Primary School.
The Education Minister is ready to meet agitating newly-trained teachers boot-for-boot on their quest to resist orders that they should partake in National Service.
Almost 200 Ghanaians students in Italy who have lost their scholarship over massive visa fraud discovered by the Italian Embassy in Ghana, are said to be stranded.
The KNUST branch of UTAG has formally notified the NLC that it may be forced to withdraw some of its services on November 19.
Over 100 Ghanaian students in Italy have been stripped of their scholarship over massive visa fraud discovered by the Italian Embassy in Ghana.
Twenty-one professionals from Ghana, have been awarded an Australia Awards scholarship to undertake fully-funded Master’s studies in Australia.
A decision by the Education Ministry for teacher trainees to undergo the mandatory one year National Service, has left many of them infuriated.
Standoff between government and teacher unions over the composition of the KNUST Governing Council has intensified, a day to the scheduled date for re-opening of the school.
The headmaster of the Nkwanta Senior High School in the Volta region is alleging that some male students have raped wives of teachers and female teachers.
Effective the second semester of the next academic year, GIJ students will no longer have the benefit of rewriting a course they have failed at a stipulated time scheduled by the school.
The government does not want individuals who sat on the old governing council of the KNUST to be part of the new one to be constituted.
Authorities at the Biriwa VTRI have appealed to philanthropists, corporate organisations and the general public to support the Institute renovate its burnt girls’ hostel.
The impasse at KNUST may linger a while longer as a process to reconstitute the university’s Governing Council hits a snag.
President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo Thursday stressed that his administration was committed not only to providing free quality education, but an education grounded in a “solid foundation of morality”.
Some alumni members of the Cape Coast Technical University (CCTU) have expressed concern over the delay in constituting a Governing Council for the university.
The Supreme Court has quashed the Winneba High Court’s decision that found former VC of the UEW and a former Director of Finance of the University.
The police in the Nkwanta Municipality of the Volta region have picked 30 students of the Nkwanta Senior High School (NKWASEC) for vandalising the School’s property worth thousands of cedis.
Pressure group, OccupyGhana, has waded into the hullabaloo at the KNUST, condemning the removal of the Vice Chancellor, Prof. Obiri Danso, from office.
Students of Kumasi Technical Institute have apologized to the Ghana Education Service and school authorities for what they admit is bad behavior over attempted demonstration
More details are emerging about what KNUST students say is a culture of abuse and oppression by university authorities.
A parent of a student of KNUST who narrowly escaped death during a violent demonstration on campus has condemned the student’s action.
A member of Vice Chancellors Ghana, Prof. John Owusu Gyapong says they are not in support of the dissolution of the Governing Council of the KNUST.
Martin Kpebu has suggested that the UTAG can challenge the dissolution of the governing council of KNUST, if it believes there has been a travesty of rule of law.
KNUST saga: Timeline of events leading to closure
The First Lady, Rebecca Akufo-Addo has launched a literacy initiative geared towards inculcating in school children the habit of reading.
The governing council of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) has been dissolved with immediate effect.