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UG ranked No.1 tertiary institution in Ghana; 19th in Africa

UG ranked No.1 tertiary institution in Ghana; 19th in Africa

UG ranked No.1 tertiary institution in Ghana; 19th in Africa
Pretty young lady who roasts fish to sponsor masters degree wows social media (photos)

Pretty young lady who roasts fish to sponsor masters degree wows social media (photos)

Gloria, who is a graduate of Mathematics from Olabisi Onabanjo University, and a masters degree student at Unilag has wowed Nigerians for roasting fishes and more to sponsor her education. Read more on Legit.ng.

Pretty young lady who roasts fish to sponsor masters degree wows social media (photos)
UG students to pay more for fees next 2019/2020 academic year

UG students to pay more for fees next 2019/2020 academic year

Students of the University of Ghana (UG) may have to brace themselves to pay more fees in the next academic year, as the institution says it is going through financial distress. Dean of Students, Prof. Godfred Bokpin, says. YEN.co

UG students to pay more for fees next 2019/2020 academic year
KNUST bans sports betting on campus; culpable students to be suspended for a year

KNUST bans sports betting on campus; culpable students to be suspended for a year

Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) has banned gambling and betting among the students on campus with one year rustication as a sanction for any student found culpable. YEN.com.gh news. KNUST news.

KNUST bans sports betting on campus; culpable students to be suspended for a year
Meet Cameline, the lady apply mathematics in solving problems in her hometown

Meet Cameline, the lady apply mathematics in solving problems in her hometown

Cameline Orlendo, a Kenyan National who has big plans of using Mathematics to change the lifestyle of her people in Western Kenya. She makes the case that mathematics could be applied to every facet of human life. YEN.com.gh news.

Meet Cameline, the lady apply mathematics in solving problems in her hometown
5,000 Jobs to be lost if private Senior High Schools collapse

5,000 Jobs to be lost if private Senior High Schools collapse

The Conference of Heads of Private Second-Cycle Schools and the Ghana National Association of Private Schools have warned that the collapse of private senior high schools will lead to the loss of about 5,000 jobs.

5,000 Jobs to be lost if private Senior High Schools collapse
Free SHS: Gov’t releases GHC53 million to support Senior High Schools

Free SHS: Gov’t releases GHC53 million to support Senior High Schools

Information available to YEN.com.gh shows that the government has released an amount of GHC52.6 million to Senior High Schools (SHSs).

Free SHS: Gov’t releases GHC53 million to support Senior High Schools
Ghanaian parents chide government on new uniform initiative; say it is a misplaced priority

Ghanaian parents chide government on new uniform initiative; say it is a misplaced priority

The initiative by the Ghana Education Service (GES)’s to introduce new uniforms for Junior High School (JHS) pupils starting, next academic year has been condemned by a section of Ghanaian parents.

Ghanaian parents chide government on new uniform initiative; say it is a misplaced priority
No more writing of exams questions on board; GES procures printing machines

No more writing of exams questions on board; GES procures printing machines

The Ghana Education Service (GES) has equipped all district education offices in the country with printing machines to be used in the production of examination papers for basic schools.

No more writing of exams questions on board; GES procures printing machines
GES introduces new school uniform for JHS students

GES introduces new school uniform for JHS students

The Ghana Education Service (GES) has announced the introduction of a new school uniform for Junior High School (JHS) students. Students are expected to start wearing the new school uniform from next academic year, 2019 – 2020.

GES introduces new school uniform for JHS students
2019 WASSCE starts; WAEC announces new security measures to curb ‘crime’

2019 WASSCE starts; WAEC announces new security measures to curb ‘crime’

The West African Examinations Council (WAEC) has announced new security measures as the 2019 West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) begins on Monday, April 8, 2019.

2019 WASSCE starts; WAEC announces new security measures to curb ‘crime’
MP blasts gov’t as report of exam questions on chalkboard goes viral

MP blasts gov’t as report of exam questions on chalkboard goes viral

The Member of Parliament (MP) for Tongu North, Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa, has described as a national disgrace, news of examination questions being set on chalkboards.

MP blasts gov’t as report of exam questions on chalkboard goes viral
GES hot as new teachers ‘threaten’ them over unpaid salaries

GES hot as new teachers ‘threaten’ them over unpaid salaries

An association of newly recruited teachers have issued threats of further action if their salaries are not paid by May 2019. The teachers have also asked the GES to ensure that their biometric registration is completed by April 30

GES hot as new teachers ‘threaten’ them over unpaid salaries
Top World Bank official praises Ghana’s Free SHS programme; lists benefits

Top World Bank official praises Ghana’s Free SHS programme; lists benefits

World Bank Country Director for Ghana, Henry Kerali, has described Ghana’s Free Senior High School (Free SHS) programme as an initiative that will give girls the chance to acquire employable skill sets before reproduction.

Top World Bank official praises Ghana’s Free SHS programme; lists benefits
Double Track: 9,619 teachers to finalize salaries as gov’t, GES and others resolve challenges

Double Track: 9,619 teachers to finalize salaries as gov’t, GES and others resolve challenges

The Ghana Education Service (GES), the Controller and Accountant-General’s Department (CAGD), the Public Services Commission (PSC) and the ministry of finance are working to eliminate delays in the process of paying salaries.

Double Track: 9,619 teachers to finalize salaries as gov’t, GES and others resolve challenges
PTA dues: Education minister calls for accountability

PTA dues: Education minister calls for accountability

The minister of education, Dr. Matthew Opoku Prempeh, has called for an examination of the collection of Parents Teacher Association (PTA) dues. He argued that the continuous payment of dues without accountability is senseless.

PTA dues: Education minister calls for accountability
Wesley Girls' School tops WAEC distinction awards

Wesley Girls' School tops WAEC distinction awards

The Overall Best in the General Arts Programme went to Ms Davina Seyram Gbedy, another former student of Wesley Girls' High School, while the lone gentleman in the midst of the ladies. The only male student was from St Augustine's

Wesley Girls' School tops WAEC distinction awards
Sad photo of Ghanaian school children lying on the floor to write exams goes viral

Sad photo of Ghanaian school children lying on the floor to write exams goes viral

A photo showing pupils of Bukunor Junction Basic School in the Yilo Krobo District in the Eastern region lying on the floor to write their exams has surfaced online and it is fast going viral. Their plight is due to lack of desks.

Sad photo of Ghanaian school children lying on the floor to write exams goes viral
Ban on lashing in schools would breed indiscipline - Methodist bishop chides GES

Ban on lashing in schools would breed indiscipline - Methodist bishop chides GES

The GES in a recent statement reiterated the ban on caning in primary and secondary schools, and ordered the schools to adopt a new disciplinary toolkit together with alternative sanctions as measures for correcting pupils.

Ban on lashing in schools would breed indiscipline - Methodist bishop chides GES
I am happy with my GH₵5 airtime award - Teacher goes emotional over prize

I am happy with my GH₵5 airtime award - Teacher goes emotional over prize

Two teachers in the Banda Ahenkro Methodist Basic School in the Brong Ahafo Region have reportedly received GH₵5 worth of airtime each for emerging the overall best teachers in the school. One of them is Christopher Appiah.

I am happy with my GH₵5 airtime award - Teacher goes emotional over prize
Ghana Education Service suspends PTA dues for Senior High School students

Ghana Education Service suspends PTA dues for Senior High School students

The Ghana Education Service (GES) has suspended the collection of levies under the auspices of parent-teacher associations (PTAs) in all public senior high schools (SHSs) and technical/vocational institutions (TVETs).

Ghana Education Service suspends PTA dues for Senior High School students
Do not engage female students at home - GES warns male teachers

Do not engage female students at home - GES warns male teachers

Male teachers have been cautioned against engaging the services of female students in their homes by sending them on errands, and asking them to cook and clean for them. The GES realized that the teachers took advantage of them.

Do not engage female students at home - GES warns male teachers
My strategy is simple; UCC's best Bachelor of Commerce student shares his secret to success

My strategy is simple; UCC's best Bachelor of Commerce student shares his secret to success

The 2017 best graduating student in the Bachelor of Commerce programme, of the University of Cape Coast (UCC), Emmanuel Ofosu, has disclosed his strategy. According to him, students should remember their backgrounds.

My strategy is simple; UCC's best Bachelor of Commerce student shares his secret to success
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