Saturday, September 24, 2022

Education

Students, teachers want sexual reproductive health to be taught in schools – Norsaac’s study

A study has revealed that some students at basic schools in the northern part of the country prefer to be taught Sexual Reproductive Health Education (SRHE) because their parents are not able to discuss such issues with them. The study...

Those who called Free SHS a waste should be ashamed, WASCCE results have vindicated me – Nana Addo

President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has expressed satisfaction with the Free Senior High School policy, introduced by his administration in September 2017, that is currently guaranteeing a minimum of senior high school education for the majority of Ghana’s children. According...

Early childhood education in Upper East suffering – ECCD Council

Early Childhood Education in the Upper East Region is getting to a low ebb with the lack of trained teachers, classroom blocks, and furniture. Ms Ivon Wonchua, the Assistant Director, Early Childhood Care and Development (ECCD) Council, said: “There were...

Tertiary Institutions of Ghana Muslim Association Inaugurated

An interim National Executive Association of Muslim Societies in Tertiary Institutions, Ghana (MUSTIG) has been inaugurated at its second Strategic Conference held at Lakeside University College in Accra on Friday November 12, 2021. The conference saw the appointment of Professor...

Primary 6 pupils in Zabzugu scramble for ‘limited’ GHC5 JHS forms

Junior High School (JHS) admission forms in the Zabzugu District of the Northern Region are gradually becoming scarce with primary six pupils scrabbling for the forms to have access to JHS education. A report by the Africa Education Watch said...

UCC appoints Professor Boohene as Pro-Vice Chancellor

The University of Cape Coast (UCC) has appointed, Professor (Mrs) Rosemond Boohene as the new Pro Vice- Chancellor. This was announced in a communique signed by Mr. Jeff Teye Onyame, Registrar and Secretary to the University Council Secretariat, and copied...

GES begins public sensitisation on SHS selection and placement

The Ghana education service will from Tuesday November 24, 2021 begin sensitizing and educating the public, particularly parents, candidates and teachers on this year’s guidelines for school selection into various Senior High Schools across the country. GES in a statement...

Facilitate COVID-19 vaccination for 15yrs or older students – GES to regional directors

Director General of the Ghana Education Service (GES) Prof. Kwasi Opoku Amankwa has directed all Regional and District Directors of Education to work closely with their colleague Regional and District Directors of Health to facilitate the vaccination of all...

Gov’t gives greenlight to recruit 16,850 Newly Trained Teachers

Government through the finance ministry has given financial clearance to the Ghana Education Service to recruit some sixteen thousand, eight hundred and fifty (16,850) Newly Trained Teachers for the Service. A media release by the finance ministry said, “approval is...

Teacher trainee allowance is an anomaly, cancel it – EduWatch to gov’t

Executive Director of the African Education Watch, Kofi Asare has described the teacher trainee allowance policy as an “anomaly” that must be cancelled. Mr. Asare thus called on government to use the 2022 budget statement as an opportunity to cancel...
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LGBTQ+ community is not funding National Cathedral project – Rev. Kusi Boateng

The secretary to the board of trustees of the National Cathedral Secretariat Rev. Kusi Boateng, has denied rumours that...