Accra International Book Festival hosts South African writer on ‘Catch Up!’
The Western Regional minister and DCE for Ellembelle Kwasi Bonzoh on a tour of the Ellembelle District on Thursday took their turns to dine with the students of the Bonzoh Kaku Senior High School.
The West African Examinations Council (WAEC) has released provisional results of this year's Basic Education Certificate Examination for Private Candidates.
The University of Ghana has launched a new four-year Bachelor of Education curriculum aimed at transforming Ghanaian schools into stimulating environments and to give the opportunity to every learner to develop their full potentia
Primary school pupils in the country are to learn more about climate change and its effects on the environment, which has been made part of the curriculum to be studied at the primary level from the beginning of the academic year in September this year.
Zion College, Anloga last Saturday, celebrated 97 deserving students and some teaching and non-teaching staff at the school’s 82nd speech and prize giving day.
Government said it has met with authorities and student leaders of the University of Ghana concerning the “alleged privatisation” of some halls of residence.
NAGRAT has said the murder recently of a teacher in the Eastern Region demonstrates the precarious environment teachers work and live in.
The Ghana Education Service (GES) has denied that it was charging teachers GH¢60.00 for the training on the New Standard-Based Curriculum for Kindergarten (KG) and Primary (P) School teachers.
Pupils and teachers of Ampeyoo-Krofrom D/A Junior High School near Kumasi arrived in school Thursday morning to the shocking sight of their burnt classroom block.
Nana Akufo-Addo has urged Ghanaians to disregard attempts by critics to discourage the implementation of the Free Senior High School policy and support it.
The Mobile Library Project has made its first donation of 23 books to children at Dankwakrom in the Central region.
Ghana’s leading bulk messaging and e-commerce platform, Hubtel has donated ICT equipment to 5 schools in the Greater-Accra Region as part of the company’s social responsibility commitments. Hubtel is Ghana’s first tech company to become a member of the globally acclaimed Pledge 1%. In 2017, the company pledged to give 1% of profits, 1% of products and 1% of paid employee time towards charity.
The GNPC Foundation led by Dominic Kwesi Eduah (PhD) as part of its mandate has sponsored 200 Ghanaians to the Republic of Cuba to be trained as medical doctors and health professionals.
St. Augustines College, one of Ghana's highly ranked second cycle schools, has rolled out activities to mark 90 years of delivering quality education.
A Kyebi District Court has remanded into prison custody, six young men alleged to have murdered the 55-year-old teacher at Asiakwa
Opoku Ware Basic School has emerged champions of the maiden edition of Our Ladies of Grace Senior High school Practical Science Fair.
A delegation of nearly 20 heads, principals and senior leaders of British boarding schools will be visiting Ghana this month to meet with parents, students, government ministers and business leaders.
The Mfantsipim Old Boys Association (2011) Year Group has elected and inducted into office its first set of executives to steer the affairs of the Group for the next two years.
It was a rare but refreshing experience for students of Adu Gyamfi Senior High School in the Ashanti region, where a top government official took them through a Maths lesson.
Teachers in Asiakwa in the Eastern region, are seeking to be transferred from the community following the murder of their colleague.
Galaxy International School has held its 15th annual Science and Makers’ fair with the aim of encouraging the study of science and scientific innovation among students in Ghana.
The widow of the teacher, who was killed at Asiakwa has appealed to the government to help her take care of her children.
Central Regional Minister has praised the staff of the University of Education, Winneba for standing behind the Vice Chancellor and the university management during the chaos.
The Management of Takoradi Technical University say they are working to retrieve their investment from Brooks Assets Management Limited after an investment went bad.
GES in collaboration with NaCCA will be training 152,000 Kindergarten and Primary School teachers on the new Standard Based Curriculum for basic schools.
The Accra International Book Festival (AIBF) will host the Ghana Folklore Board Acting Director on its all-writers’ affair platform, ‘Catch Up!’ this Thursday.
Gifty Twum Ampofo, says government will not relent on its efforts to provide free skill, technical and vocational training to the youth, as it is the surest way of guaranteeing jobs for them.
The 1998 year group of Mawuli School has handed over a 30,000 liters solar-powered borehole project to their alma mater.
The University of Education, Winneba, has moved to institute programmes that will take care of the academic progression needs of staff of Colleges of Education affiliated to the university.
The Institute for Educational Planning and Administration (IEPA) has urged researchers in the country’s tertiary institutions to go beyond the theoretical works by engaging intently with communities.
Ten needy but brilliant students of KNUST have been awarded the S.T Nankani Scholarship at a short presentation ceremony.
The Director-General and management of the Ghana Education Service have strongly condemned the killing of Headmaster of the Salvation Army Basic School in the Eastern region.
One of the sons of former Vice-President Aliu Mahama will on Saturday leave the country ahead of his address of the 9th Annual Oxford Africa Conference at the Oxford University.
A state-of-the-art multipurpose auditorium has been commissioned at the University of Professional Studies, Accra (UPSA).
The Students Loan Trust Fund (SLTF) has begun a public sensitization campaign dubbed “SLTF at your doorstep”.
Students of the University of Ghana may have to brace themselves to pay more fees in the next academic year, as the institution says it is going through financial distress.
Police say they are working to provide security for teachers of the Salvation Army Basic School following the murder of a headmaster there by some teenagers.
Twenty-nine adult learners at Atwima Behenase in the Ashanti Region have graduated from an adult literacy programme championed by Engage Now Africa (ENA).
WAGCOL, a Spanish company who are major importers and distributors in Ghana have instituted an award to encourage the speaking of Spanish within the Ghanaian community.
Over 200 students of Oppong Memorial Senior High School at Kokofu in the Ashanti region, have been displaced after rainstorm wreaked havoc on the boys' dormitory.
Barring any unforeseeable challenges, Ghana would in August, 2019, become a member of WorldSkills International.
Students of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology in Kumasi have kicked against moves by the school authorities to control sports betting on campus.
The man credited for transforming UPSA into a first-class University and becoming his its Vice-Chancellor, Prof Joshua Alabi, has returned to the institution amidst jollity and camaraderie
For mercilessly beating the headmaster of Salvation Army Basic School at Asiakwa, resulting in his death, four young men have been remanded in police custody.
Work is expected to be completed in August on a 6-unit classroom block at Nhyiaeso in the Asante Akim North District, sponsored by MTN Ghana Foundation.
The DAkpabli National Readathon is proud to announce renowned romance writer, Empi Baryeh, as its guest reader.
Vice Chancellor of the University of Ghana has announced plans to boost security on campus following an attack on a final year student on Saturday.
The Committee tasked with investigating mass exams failures at the Ghana School of Law has called on the public to submit suggestions for enduring reforms.
Advocacy and civil society groups at Bolgatanga have for many years, been calling for the Education Ministry to make Gurenε an examinable Ghanaian language.
Over four decades ago in 1974, a man embarked on a journey of the ‘unknown’ to the Ashanti Region town of Jamasi with the task of transforming the local second-cycle institution, Adu Gyamfi SHS.
A security analyst has called for increased security education to curb growing insecurity on university campuses.