Saturday, May 8, 2021

British Council, COTVET hold workshop on Ghana’s first National Apprenticeship Policy

The British Council, together with the Council for Technical and Vocational Education Training (COTVET), on Wednesday, March 24 held a workshop on the enforcement of Ghana’s first National Apprenticeship Policy. The six-hour workshop which took...

Vodafone Ghana Foundation marks IWD with ‘Girls in STEM’ mentorship program

To complement Vodafone Ghana’s passion to empower girls in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Maths (STEM), Vodafone Ghana Foundation has organised a mentorship program to commemorate this year’s International Women’ Day. The program which hosted some...

Rasta impasse: Achimota School believes in inclusion – Adutwum

Education Minister Dr. Yaw Adutwum has disclosed that consultations are ongoing aimed at revising school rules to address matters as relates to the admission of Rastafarian students. According to him, the Achimota School has over...

Rasta impasse: Disgraceful NAGRAT talking out of ignorance – Ras Mubarak

Ras Mubarak has described utterances of the National Association of Graduate Teachers (NAGRAT) in the admission standoff between Achimota School and the two Rastafarian students as disgraceful. According to the former Kumbungu lawmaker, the leadership...

GIJ defends defer directive despite students’ protest

Management of the Ghana Institute of Journalism has defended its directive that students who delayed in registering for the new semester will defer their course. The directive has ignited an outcry from students who stormed...

Rastafarian saga: GES exhibiting double-standards – Educationist

An educationist with the University of Education, Winneba, Samuel Ziga has described the Ghana Education Service's handling of the controversial Rastafarian saga double-standards. According to him, the dreadlocks would not affect the teaching and learning...

Your parents’ religion is your problem not Achimota – Kwame Akuffo to Rasta students

An old student of Achimota school Kwame Akuffo says the school's decision to refuse admission to the students with dreadlocks is right and constitutional. According to Mr Akuffo, who is a legal practitioner, if exceptions...

GIJ students threaten demo over defer directive for late payment of fees

Students at the Ghana Institute of Journalism have threatened to unleash their wrath if the management of the school fails to reverse a decision asking students who defaulted in their payment of fees to...

Accepting Rastafarians will breed indiscipline – Achimota PTA

The Parent-Teacher Association (PTA) of the Achimota School has backed management of the school over its decision not to admit two students with dreadlocks. The school stood its grounds rejecting a directive from the GES...

Retrieve unaccounted funds from heads of pre-tertiary institutions – Education Watch

Africa Education Watch (Eduwatch) today launched its Education Accountability Report, dubbed "Where is Our Money?' The document is a compilation of key accountability issues in the Auditor-General's Report on Pre-Tertiary Institutions for the year-end 31...

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