The Rotary Club of Sunyani East has constructed a six-unit ultra-modern classroom block for the people Nkrankrom.
Education Minister says some unscrupulous people were contracted to cause confusion at the Black Star Square, following a process to secure placements for JHS graduates.
Parents and guardians cut a look of frustration at the Independence Square for the second day where thousands have converged to secure placement for their wards.
The Ministry of Education has said a technical hitch in the software that manages the Senior High School placements caused the widespread frustration on Monday.
The GES has directed parents and their wards to resolve issues with their SHS placements at home, instead of massing at the Black Star Square in Accra.
The Ashanti Regional chapter of the Prempeh College Old Students Association on August 31, spent time with inmates at the Cherubs Orphanage at Santasi-Apire, a suburb of Kumasi.
The Ghana Education Service has directed parents and their wards to resolve issues with their Senior High School placements at home instead of massing at the Black Star Square in Accra.
The winners of the 2019 edition of the National Science & Maths Quiz from St. Augustine’s College enjoyed a trip to remember when they embarked on a 10-day all-expenses-paid educational tour to Nairobi and Dubai.
University of Cape Coast (UCC) will allocate GH¢700,000 to research grants next year, the Vice Chancellor, Professor Joseph Ghartey Ampiah, has announced.
An autopsy conducted Nashiru Jibril, the 17-year-old student who was reportedly shot dead at the Sandema SHTS, shows that the boy died through gunshot wounds on his chest.
The Ghana Education Service (GES) says its self-placement module was sabotaged by “bad” people resulting in the chaos with the 2019 senior high school (SHS) placement.
The serene academic campus of the Mfantsipim SHS turned chaotic, as parents who seek admission for their wards resisted a second attempt to be turned away.
Thousands of parents and guardians whose children and wards failed to secure a space in their chosen senior high schools, have besieged the Black Star Square to secure placement.
Some first year students and their parents who turned up at the Mfantsipim Senior High School (SHS) in the Central Region with their trunks and chop boxes on Sunday have been left stranded after they were turned away by authorities of the school.
Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa has said the recent challenges with the Computerised School Selection Placement System have been caused by the government.
More young people around the world will be able to join the fight against plastic pollution after the UK government announced an extension of a global Scout and Girl Guides badge.
Parents of children with disabilities will meet in Accra, on September 21, 2019, to deliberate on how to effectively advocate for their children.
The President of the Presbyterian University College has called on technical universities to leverage on their mandate and produce the needed technical skills for sustainable development.
The Ghana Education Service says no student was wrongly placed by the Computerised School Selection Placement System for Senior High Schools.
The President has directed the Finance ministry to suspend a newly introduced software aimed at managing payroll of the Ghana Education Service following labour unrest.
UPSA is set to award over 55 scholarships to support brilliant but financially-challenged students pursuing various undergraduate and postgraduate programmes at the University.
The University of Cape Coast has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Sixteen out of the forty-six colleges of education in the country to mentor and supervise them.
NAGRAT has indicated that it cannot immediately call off its strike, as directed by the NLC until it meets the NAGRAT National Council to decide whether or not to do so.
The National Labour Commission has directed NAGRAT to call off its strike with immediate effect.
Country Director of Engage Now Africa (ENA), a non-governmental organisation, has urged literacy stakeholders in Ghana to work together to protect local languages.
The Accra International Book Festival (AIBF) has confirmed the cancellation of the 2019 Accra Children’s Book Festival.
Ghana’s high unemployment numbers have been blamed on neglect of Technical and Vocational Education and Training.
The leadership of teacher unions have called on the Public Services Commission to suspend the implementation of the Human Resource Management Information System (HRMIS) software for GES employees.
The Ghana Education Service has introduced a Grievance Redress Mechanism to address bottlenecks of the Secondary Education Improvement Project.
A charity organization, Sabre Education in collaboration with the Ghana Education Service has launched a program to scale up quality kindergarten education in four district and municipal assemblies in the Eastern region.
International students will be offered a two-year UK visa after graduation with or without a job, the country's Home Office announced Wednesday.
Management of the Dabokpa SHS is embroiled in a renewed land dispute between the school and a resident of Tamale.
A total of 122,706 candidates who qualified to enter the senior high schools, technical and vocational institutions but have not been placed, now have the chance to do self-placement.
Technical and vocational education is a key component to achieving the Akufo-Addo administration’s ‘Ghana Beyond Aid’ agenda; Senior Minister, Yaw Osafo Maafo has said.
The Ghana Library Authority has outdoored four new libraries in the New Juaben Municipality of Eastern region.
The Finance Ministry has authorised the Controller and Accountant General to release ¢49,998,626.72 to the GES to enable it to pay the outstanding transfer grants and other allowances owed teachers from 2017-2019.
Some residents of Kasoa Iron City M/A School in the Awutu Senya East Municipality of the Central Region, on Tuesday, locked up the Headteacher, Comfort Hebeku.
Former Students of University Hall (Katanga), KNUST, has received with joy, news that government has reverted their hall of residence back to male-only hall.
GNAT has joined sister teacher group, NAGRAT in its industrial action against what they describe as unfavourable working conditions.
Senior Minister, Yaw Osafo-Maafo, Monday says the country was at “significant” skills mismatch crossroad and needed to shake off the colonial model of education with emphasis on grammar and clerical skills.
The Director-General of the Ghana Education Service says one of the reasons given by the Ghana National Association of Teachers to embark on a strike is unnecessary.
The Ghana Education Service says it has successfully placed 351,022 qualified candidates who sat for the 2019 BECE to 721 public and private Senior High Schools across the country.
Emirates Aviation University has introduced an 'international student study package', offering financial benefits and support to international students.
The Ministry of Education has released a video guide to aid prospective Senior High School students to easily identify where they have been placed by the computerised system.
Ghana Library Authority in collaboration with Book Aid International has highlighted the country’s progress in public and school library development.
The education directorate of the Kumasi Metro has commended The Multimedia Group for the successful organisation of the 'Luv FM Educational Fair' in the Ashanti Regional capital.
The Executive Secretary of NACCA has expressed surprise at comments by the Publishers Association suggesting it was sidestepped in the new curriculum reform.
Torgbe Agbobada IV, Chief of Adaklu Anfoe has admonished students’ leadership to shun the temptation to mix student politics with national politics.
Comfort Nutsugah, a 51-year old trader, has taken advantage of government's Free Senior High School Policy to further her education.
Everyone at some point have been a student before and has faced possibly the most horrible school moments in the examination room.
There’s outrage from former residents of Unity Hall (Conti) at the KNUST after a government letter “prevailing” upon the authorities of the University to reverse University Hall back to an exclusive male residence conspicuously left them out.
The Ghana Post Company has outdoored a new high school placement and examination results checker code for Junior High School leavers.