Sunday, September 20, 2020

WASSCE leakage: WAEC boss must resign – UCC Lecturer

A lecturer with the Cape Coast University says the head of the West African Examinations Council (WAEC) in Ghana must take the ultimate responsibility for the massive leakage of West African Senior Secondary Certificate...

WASSCE leak has implications for Ghana’s integrity – Apaak

Examiners for the ongoing West Africa Senior Secondary Certificate Examinations say they now fear for their lives after their contact details were leaked  in addition to exam questions on social media platforms. The ongoing examinations...

Comprehensive policy needed to launch bigger satellites – GhanaSat-1 launcher

Ghana will with a comprehensive space policy be able to launch bigger satellites into space, Ghana's first satellite launcher Ernest Teye Matey has noted. Ghana through the All Nations University College became the first country...

NUGS condemns leakage of WASSCE papers

The National Union of Ghana Students (NUGS) has strongly condemned the leakage of examination papers in the ongoing 2020 West African Senior Secondary Certificate Examination (WASSCE). Several papers in the ongoing WASSCE including Economics, English...

JHS students would be dead if they were hungry – Education Watch to...

The Executive Director of Africa Education Watch Kofi Asare says President Akufo-Addo's claim that JHS students are complaining of hunger at their schools as a result COVID-19 measures is not backed by the facts...

COVID-19: Final year JHS students, teachers to get free food – Akufo-Addo

All final year JHS students and teachers from both public and private schools will receive one hot meal a day from government until school session closes, President Akufo-Addo has announced. The President in his 15th...

Apam old students donate Covid-19 relief items to school

The 2004-year group of Apam Senior High School have made a donation to their alma mater to help in the fight of COVID-19 on the school campus. The items include two hand washing poly tanks, liquid...

Teachers to receive GH¢1,200 yearly professional allowance

Professional Teachers in Ghana are set to receive a Professional Teacher Allowance (PTA) of GHc1,200 per year, the Education Minister Mathew Opoku Prempeh has announced. Non-Professional teachers are also set to receive GHc600 per year...

Focus on improving conditions of students, not politics – Apaak to Napo

The Member of Parliament for Busia South Dr Clement Apaak has asked Education Minister Matthew Opoku Prempeh to focus on how deprived schools and students can improve teaching and learning amid the Covid-19 pandemic...

No justification to shut down Bright SHS – Old students

The Old Students Association of Bright Senior High School has expressed their strong disagreement over what they describe as unsubstantiated allegations by the Akyem Abuakwa Traditional Council which sought to question the credibility of...

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