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Level 200 College of Education Students to go For Out Programme,Hand over ‘Power’ Next Semester

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Level 200 Teacher trainees are expected to go for their usual off campus teaching practice for the 2016/17  academic year as Level 300 Students EducationGhana can confirm. They are also expected to hand over all Prefectorial duties to the incoming Level 200 students early next semester before living for out Programme. Meanwhile ,the new policy for the level 200 students ... Read More »

Accra Coll. of Education,Others Received Challenge Fund Grants Award

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13 public Colleges of Education have received the Challenge Fund Grants Award to implement innovative concepts that would improve the practical skills of Teacher trainees. It would also promote the professional development of tutors of these colleges. The Transforming Teacher Education and Learning (T-TEL) Ghana, a Government Programme funded by UKAid, disbursed GH₵ 1,286,752.30 to 13 projects funded under the ... Read More »

Damongo Nurses Strike over Security Concerns

NURSES STRIKE

Almost 300 registered nurses and midwives in Damongo in the Northern Region, have laid down their tools in solidarity with an alleged assault on some of their colleagues. Last Wednesday, three nurses were reportedly attacked and beaten by some youth in the area for reporting them to the police for stealing a motorbike belonging to one of the nurses. Even ... Read More »

Western-Central Sector (WEC) Wins 2016 Colleges of Education Sports Festival

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The 9th Biennial National Colleges of Education Sports Festival  was held at the El- Wak Sports Stadium in Accra and hosted by the Eastern-Greater Accra Sector (TTAG-EGA) of the Teacher Trainees’ Association of Ghana. The Week long event ended on Friday July 29,2016. A representative from the Ministry of Education came to witness the  opening ceremony,with  the MCE of La ... Read More »

Breaking News:GES to Post ‘Only’ Teacher Trainees Who Have Passed All Their Papers

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Trainees from the Colleges of Education who have completed their courses and awaiting their postings will soon be posted to their respective districts before the commencement of the 2016/17 academic year. Meanwhile the opportunity may be given to only Trainees who have successfully passed their Examinations. The Ghana Education service will commence  postings only when the ministry of finance has ... Read More »

Level 300 Teacher Trainees to Teach for Two Days on ‘Out Programme’

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Teacher Trainees in the various Colleges of Education are in dilemma with regards to the reality behind the five Semester Programme that was introduced in the early days of the new Academic year. There had been mixed reactions from students ,most especially the Level 300 students concerning the sustainability of the Programme. Meanwhile the SRC President of Mount Mary College ... Read More »

Abetifi College of Education Suspends SRC General Secretary Over Demonstration

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Students of Abetifi Presbyterian College of Education (ABCE) were put in a state of shock after their SRC General  Secretary was served with a  Notice of Indefinite Suspension by College Authorities over his Active Participation in an Alleged Demonstration that happened in the College recently.   Yeboah Bright who is the suspended  General Secretary of the SRC was suspended on ... Read More »

Colleges of Education to Undergo a Five-Semester On-Campus Programme

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Colleges of Education in the Country are expected to commence a Five-Semester On-Campus Programme.The Programme will see a reduction in the number of  Semesters that students are expected to stay on campus before graduating from College. Initially,Students were supposed to spend two years on campus ,which in in relation to four semesters before leaving for the out segment section of ... Read More »

Final Year Teacher Trainees Remind Gov’t of Their Feeding Grant Arrears

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Final year Teacher Trainees all over the country  remind government of their pending one semester feeding grant arrears. A group calling itself Coalition of Concerned Trainees,in a statement,reminds government of their feeding grant arrears and also emphasis ,that their completion of College is fast approaching. Monies owed Teachers and Trainees have become a major topic for discussion on various platforms ... Read More »

MP Appeals to gov’t to reinstate Allowance of Teacher Trainees in the North

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The MP for Tamale North, Alhassan Dahamani is appealing to government to consider re-instating the Teacher Trainee Allowances especially for potential trainees in the North. In an interview with GBC’s Radio Ghana, Mr. Dahamani said the removal of the allowance has been a big blow to poor trainees in the North who cannot even get guarantors for the student loan. ... Read More »

OLA College Principal Finally Released Trainees’ Feeding Grant Arrears

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The Principal of OLA College of Education in the Central Region has finally released the feeding grant arrears which was earlier released by government to be  given to students. The Money though released was not without deductions from the College.There was a deduction for preparation towards the College’s Anniversary,which was not negotiated with the students before deducted. You May Also ... Read More »

OLA College Principal ‘Pockets’ Students’ Feeding Grant Arrears

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Credible Information reaching EducationGhana.net  has it that the Principal of OLA College of Education in Cape Coast  in the Central Region  has deliberately decided not to release the feeding grant Arrears  which  Government released to the Principals to be given to the Students. According to the Students ,the Leadership of the Students Representative Council  met with the Principal to request ... Read More »

No Admission of Ladies into Fosu College of Education for the 2016/17 Academic Year

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Fosu College of Education in the Central Region may not be admitting Ladies into its 2016/2017 Admission list due to non availability of accommodation for the new entrants at the Ladies’s Hostel. You May Also Read……GETFund Builds New Staff Bungalow for Kibi Presbyterian College of Education The Principal of the Fosu College of Education, Dr Nana Kwaku Asiedu  made this ... Read More »

GETFund Builds New Staff Bungalow for Kibi Presbyterian College of Education

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Work is progressing on the construction of a 10-unit block of flats for the Kibi Presbyterian College of Education in the Eastern Region to help ease staff accommodation. You May Also Read….CFTC Builds New Classroom block for Kpachelo Community in the Northern Region According to the Principal of the college, Rev Benson Nkasnsa Kyeremanteng, the project being funded by the ... Read More »

Automatic Employment of Teachers after College Not Cancelled By Government

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The government has denied that it has abolished the automatic employment of new teachers into the public education system. You May Also Read…..CHECK YOUR SALARY ARREARS STATUS HERE Mr Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa, Deputy Minister in-charge of Tertiary Education, said no such decision had been taken as was being rumored. Addressing the eighth congregation of the Agogo Presbyterian Women’s College of ... Read More »

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