An Advocacy group has applauded the diligence and commitment shown by the new Executive Secretary of the National Council for Curriculum and Assessment in implementing a new curriculum in September.
The Omanhene of the Asokore Traditional Area in the Ashanti Region, Nana Susubiribi Krobea Asante, has urged teachers to encourage and motivate their students to study hard and perform well in their academic and personal endeavours.
Some students of Presec Legon in Accra have designed a software application that enhances exeat systems in the boarding house.
As part of activities lined up for its 25th anniversary and as part of effort to make the youth employment-ready, L’AINE services has organised Career Clinic for the people of Tamale.
Panelists at a round table discussion have unanimously rejected amendments tabled by the government to regulate legal education in Ghana.
An investment meant to keep the facility running is locked up and the school is shutting down.
Textbook publishers would soon have to receive certification from the National Council for Curriculum and Assessment before they can sell their products to government and trade on the open market.
A clash between local police and students of Sandema Senior High and Technical School in the Upper East Region, has left a student dead.
The recent homecoming organised by the BHOBU 91/93 O/A Level and BHOBU 93 SSS year groups, has revealed most classrooms do not have mono-desks for students.
Professor Justice Nyigmah Bawole (PhD) has been appointed the new Dean of the University of Ghana Business School (UGBS).
Professor Raymond Atuguba has been appointed the new Dean of the University of Ghana School of Law (UGSL).
The Kumasi Academy Past Students Association (AKUNINI) held its 5th National Congress and Homecoming over the weekend.
The chiefs and people of Seidu-pe community in the Central Gonja District of the Savannah region can now boast of a 3-unit classroom block.
Dr Adutwum has revealed an ambitious project by the government to build virtual labs at Junior High Schools to improve science education at that level.
The days of having unapproved textbooks on the market are over as National Council for Curriculum and Assessment will soon introduce a shortcode to check this.
Beginning from the 2019/2020 academic year, the Ghana Education Service (GES) will roll out a new educational curriculum that will focus on the total development of the child and not be examination-focused, to discourage learning by rote, also known as ‘chew, pour, pass and forget.
The University of Health and Allied Sciences (UHAS) has been ranked the 12th best university in Ghana by Webometrics.
Karpowership Ghana Company has refurbished the only library serving academia in the Tema municipal area.
Parliamentarian for Kpando has pledged to fully fund the university education of the two contestants who represented Kpando SHS in this year's National Science and Maths Quiz.
Newly crowned National Science and Maths Quiz champions, St. Augustine’s College have already declared their intentions to retain the title next year.
Vodafone Ghana Foundation has stepped up its leadership in STEM education by partnering the KNUST College of Engineering to deliver its annual Cygnus Girls boot camp.
It is finished, it is finished; champions of the NSMQ 2019, St Augustine’s College chanted.
St. Augustine's College has won the 2019 National Science and Maths competition after defeating Presec, Legon and St. Peter's Boys SHS.
Presec Legon, St Augustine's College and defending champions, St Peter's SHS clash in the NSMQ grand finale; which of them lifts the new coveted trophy?
The Kofi Annan International Peace Keeping Training Centre has organized a matriculation ceremony for the eighth batch of its Master of Arts in Gender, Peace and Security Programme.
Three of Ghana’s most decorated Senior High Schools are set for the much-awaited final battle for the 2019 NSMQ trophy later today.
Dr Elsie Effah Kaufman is all one needs in a quiz mistress as she has a way to make one fall in line even without a whip.
A five-day workshop to develop an Assessment Framework for the new standards-based curriculum has begun at Blue Royal Hotel in Larteh Aheneasi.
The nine finalists in the National Science and Maths Quiz ahead of the grand finale on Thursday, stopped by JoyNews to a quick interaction.
Education Minister, Dr. Matthew Opoku Prempeh, has described the era of President Akufo-Addo, as the best time to study in Ghana.
Newton and Nathaniel, contestants for St Augustine's College and Presec Legon respectively, explain to JoyNews why they come on as substitutes in the NSMQ2019.
The nine finalists of the 2019 National Science and Maths Quiz have been speaking ahead of the grand finale scheduled for Thursday at the National Theatre.
National Service personnel in the New Juaben Municipality are furious following the deduction of some GHȼ35.00 from their June allowance.
Ngorli Organisation, an NGO, has rolled out a programme to assist Senior High School graduates to get admission into a university in the United States.
A ten-member high-powered government delegation led by Professor Kwesi Yankah, Minister of State in charge of Tertiary Education, is in the People’s Republic of China to discuss issues on development and quality education.
Five-time winners, Presec Legon, defending champions, St Peter’s Boys’ SHS and one-time winners, St Augustine’s College have qualified to the grand finale of the 2019 NSMQ.
St Augustine's College has qualified to the grand finale of the 2019 National Science and Maths Quiz.
The last girls’ school standing in the National Science and Maths Quiz has been snuffed out by the defending champions; St Peter's SHS.
The Executive Secretary of the National Council for Curriculum and Assessment says his outfit and the ministry will not be distracted from implementing the new educational reforms.
Ghana’s journey towards Sustainable Development Goal 6.2 (SDG 6.2) gets massive student as students of Crown Prince Academy in Accra lead the sanitation campaign.
Five-time champions, Presec Legon have qualified to the grand finale of the 2019 National Science and Maths Quiz.
Republic Bank (Ghana) Limited, a subsidiary of Republic Financial Holdings Limited, held a ground-breaking ceremony at Berase, in the KEEA District of Cape Coast, Central Region.
The proposed establishment of a campus of Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology at Obuasi has received a boost with a ¢250,000 support from Anglogold
The CareGuide Montessori School, located in Gbawe, in the Ga-South District of Accra, elected 13 Prefects for its Primary and JHS departments.
The six students of the OLA Girls’ Senior High School, Ho, who engaged in a boozing spree on campus immediately after writing their final WASSCE papers, have apologised to the school authorities for their misconduct.
One-time winners, GSTS have made it to the semifinal of the ongoing National Science and Maths quiz.
Reigning Central Regional Champions, St Augustine’s College displayed their prowess in speed as they qualified for the semifinal of the ongoing NSMQ Saturday afternoon.
One of Volta Region’s best and the only surviving school in the 2019 in NSMQ has eliminated Chemu SHS and Oti Boateng SHS at the quarterfinal of the 2019 competition.
The defending champions in the 2019 NSMQ have taken a step closer to retaining the title after a narrow win Friday evening over Kpando SHS and T.I. Amass, Kumasi.
Many public schools across the country face serious infrastructural challenges which often reflects in the quality of pupils they produce, especially those schools in rural Ghana.
The Chinekope District Assembly primary school built by the community in 2005, is housed in a very dilapidated structure built with mud.