Monday, September 21, 2020

Private schools welcome Mahama’s promise on Free SHS inclusion

The Conference of Heads of Private Second-Cycle Schools (CHOPSS) has welcomed the promise by former President John Mahama to include private schools in the Free SHS policy if he wins power. According to CHOPSS, the...

UG lecturers will be sanctioned over PUB presser – UTAG

The University Teachers Association of Ghana (UTAG) says it will sanction the University of Ghana Branch of the association for holding a press conference on the Public Universities Bill without approval. According to the umbrella...

Include us in NSMQ competition – Private Schools appeal

Private Senior High Schools in the country have appealed for their inclusion in the National Science and Maths Quiz (NSMQ) competition. The Private Schools say the competition has become a major academic platform which provides...

BECE candidate goes into labour at Examination hall

A candidate sitting the ongoing Basic Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE) in the Kwahu Afram Plains South District of the Eastern Region went into labour Monday few minutes after the arrival of the first...

Teacher Licensure Exams not suspended – Gov’t

The Education Ministry has denied claims that the teacher licensure examination has been suspended following a promise by the opposition National Democratic Congress to cancel it if they win power in December. The Ministry in...

Over 500,000 candidates sit for BECE today

A total of 531, 705 final year Junior High School students from 16,000 schools across the country will begin writing the Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE) today. Leakages over the years have prompted the West...

KTU: Over Ghc600k ‘missing’ after forensic audit

A whooping Ghc620,457.32 financial malfeasance has been discovered at the Koforidua Technical University (KTU) after a forensic financial audit. The audit report released on August 6, 2020 revealed many malfeasance and financial infractions perpetuated by...

North Dayi: VRA hands over e-library to Tsorxor school

The Volta River Authority Re-settlement Trust Fund has handed over an Ultra-modern e-library facility to the Tsorxor basic school in the North Dayi District of the Volta region. The facility which has been furnished with...

Int’l Literacy Day: StanChart launches Virtual Reading Project

As the world marks International Literacy Day, Standard Chartered Bank Ghana Limited has today launched a virtual reading project under its Employee Volunteering programme that engages their staff to read to underprivileged children remotely. As COVID-19 continues to...

Continue to educate your children despite Covid-19 – Right To Play charges parents, teachers

Right To Play Ghana has marked the International Literacy Day (ILD) with an urgent call on parents and caregivers to ensure the continuous education of their children at home despite the threat posed by...

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