Sunday, September 20, 2020

Government to provide logistical support to selected public institutions

In line with the commitment to resource public institutions, government will in the coming days present logistical support to selected public institutions as part of the implementation of the Public Sector Reform for Results...

NDC will absorb 50% of university fees for next academic year – Jane Naana

The running mate of the opposition NDC Professor Naana Jane Opoku-Agyemang has disclosed that the party will absorb fifty per cent of fees for tertiary students for the 2020/2021 academic year if the party...

NDC Manifesto: Private schools to be included in free SHS

The runningmate of the National Democratic Congress, Professor Jane Naana Opoku Agyemang, has stated it has no plan to cancel the free SHS policy introduced by the Akufo-Addo administration. Announcing highlights of the NDC manifesto...

2,980k pupils in 8,683 public basic schools enjoying school feeding – Morrison

 The Minster for Gender, Children and Social Protection, Cynthia Mamle Morrison has disclosed that over 2,980,000 pupils in 8,683 public basic schools are currently benefiting from the Ghana School Feeding Programme, with one hot...

COVID-19: Six proprietors dead over closure of schools – GNACOPS

The Executive-Director of Ghana National Council of Private Schools, Enoch Kwasi Gyetuah, has revealed that six proprietors for some private schools in the country have died due to the implications of restrictions imposed to...

Suhum: MCE, NPP Executives clash over “hot meal “for students

The Municipal Chief Executive for Suhum Margaret Darko Darkwah has clashed with the Suhum Constituency Executives of the ruling New Patriotic Party over the preparation of "hot meals" for private and public final year...

We need policy reforms not infrastructure – Law students to gov’t

Students at the Ghana School of Law are demanding urgent reforms in the country's legal education system to allow more access. The students have rejected governments proposal to expand infrastructure in order to increase access The...

E/R: Two SHS Students convicted for attempting to attack school over girlfriend

Two green Track Students of Oyoko Methodist Senior High School (OMESS) and an accomplice have been convicted to a fine of Ghc1000 each or in default serve 6 months in Prison . The convicts are...

Human element in WASSCE excessive – Education Watch

The Executive Director of Africa Education Watch Kofi Asare has expressed concerns over what he says is the excessive human element in the operational procedure of West African Examination Council hence the rampant leakage...

WASSCE: 2020 leakage unprecedented – Education experts

The Dean of School of Education and Leadership at the University of Ghana Professor Jonathan Fletcher says the magnitude of leakage in this year's West African Senior Secondary Certificate Examinations (WASSCE) is unprecedented. He says...

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