Saturday, May 28, 2022

No to ‘O’ and ‘A’ level return – Opoku Agyemang

A former Minister of Education, Prof. Naana Jane Opoku Agyemang, has shot down a campaign to reintroduce the former ‘O’ and ‘A’ level system. The Charismatic Bishops’ Conference of Ghana is calling for the re-introduction...

Replace inferior JHS, SHS with ‘O’, ‘A’ Levels – Charismatic Bishops

The Charismatic Bishops’ Conference of Ghana is calling for the re-introduction of the ‘O’ and ‘A’ level system to replace the inferior junior high school (JHS) and senior high school (SHS) education. In a four-point...

B/A: Assemblyman shuts down primary school

A primary school in a community in the Brong Ahafo region has been shut down to curtail any danger to pupils, due to the dilapidated nature of the structure. The Assembly Member for Kukuom Abromamu...

Ghana@60: 60 libraries to be built

Sixty libraries will be built across the 10 regions of the country as part of the legacy projects of the Ghana 60 Years on anniversary celebration. The libraries are being funded by West Blue Consulting...

Ghana tops WAEC Awards again

A Ghanaian student, Master Pius Kyere of the St James Seminary, Sunyani, has been adjudged the Overall Best Student in West Africa. This is because he came tops in the 2016 West African Senior School...

Free SHS giving me sleepless nights – Opoku Prempeh

The Education Minister Mathew Opoku Prempeh says he is having sleepless nights over the planned implementation of the Free Senior High School Education policy. The programme is scheduled for take off in September 2017 but...

Bedbugs invade Aggrey SHS; Headmaster cries for help

Authorities at the Aggrey Memorial Zion Senior High School in the Central region are complaining about bedbugs invasion in the school. The bedbugs, according to the headmaster of the school, Rev. Franklin Buadu, is impeding...

U/E: Kids endanger lives to enjoy Ghana’s Indece parade

A parade organised to mark the 60th anniversary of Ghana’s liberation from colonial control in 1957 has passed in the Upper East region with scores of schoolchildren resorting to what observers have described as...

St. Thomas Aquinas plans 65th Anniversary Fun Walk

One of Ghana’s leading second cycle institutions St. Thomas Aquinas Senior High School is celebrating its 65th Anniversary this month. Ahead of the main event, a series of programmes have been lined up by the...

Guinea universities ‘have 47,000 fake students’

The authorities in Guinea have said there are more than 47,000 fake students registered in the country's universities. The figures were published on Thursday by the Minister of Higher Education after a process of biometric...

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