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Mampong Tech. College of Education Students Protest over dismissals

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The recent developments in Colleges of Education in Ghana may have no rest on its examination body,the University of Cape Coast. Later in October,Students were dismissed for failing only ‘single’ papers by the University of Cape Coast. Students of the Mampong Technical College of Education in the Ashanti Region took to the campus of the College to protest peacefully against authorities and the ... Read More »

College Dismissals:FRANCO Students fainted and others attempted Suicide

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The drama unfolding from the latest dismissal of Students from the Colleges of Education will have no reason to end soon. EducationGhana.net has gathered that  section of students from the St Francis College of Education (FRANCO) in the Volta region couldn’t contain the pain,agony and long time difficulty that they went through to pay reach the peak of their College Education ... Read More »

Trainee Dismissals: UCC may oppose to calls by GES and MoE due to its autonomy

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Students from the Colleges of Education ,who were dismissed due to failure of only one referred paper may not enjoy the effort of its leadership to settle issues with UCC. Unconfirmed reports reaching EducationGhana.net has it that the call on the Ghana Education Service and the Ministry of Education to come to the aid of the affected students may yield no results. The reason ... Read More »

Level 300 College of Education Students Stranded over Postings

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Colleges of Education in Ghana are not leaving their problems unsolved .Within this wek alone ,hundreds of students were dismissed due to their inability to rite their refrred pappers. EducationGhana.net can confirm that section of students who completed their final year are are to be posted are still at home awaiting postings. In an Interview with some of the affected students ... Read More »

Dismissed Teacher Trainees call on GES,MoE and UCC over ‘unprecedented’ dismissals

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Teacher trainees in the country were hit with a widespread of dismissals over the week for failure to write at least a single referred paper. The incident was first reported by EducationGhana’s Managing Editor ,Ellis Ferdinand. During his investigations,it has been gathered that the Teacher Trainees Association of Ghana(TTAG) has written to the Ghana Education Service and the Ministry of ... Read More »

‘No hope for dismissed Level 200 College of Education Students’ – PRINCOF

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Students of all Government College of Education were within the week put into a state of shock after most of them were dismmised by the University of Cape Coast for failing only single papers as was earlier alleged. EducationGhana followed the event as it unfolds,with some victims putting the blame of UCC for being the cause of their failure. In an earlier interview with the ... Read More »

Accra College of Education Students ‘at war’ with authorities over food

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Reports reaching EducationGhana.net has it that,Students of Ghana’s Premier College of Education,Accra College of Education (AcCE) formerly ATRACO, boycotted feeding ovr the week due to an unfortunate change in their menu. According to sources,the College authorities decided to give them raw beans without the usual fried plantain . The College authorities are being reported to have told the students that the decision ... Read More »

TTAG,PRINCOF and UCC meet over dismissal of Students in Colleges of Education

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Teacher Trainees Association of Ghana (TTAG) and The Conference of Principals (PRINCOF) , met with the authorities of the University of Cape Coast Concerning the dismissal of Students in the Colleges of Education due to alleged failure of single papers by Students. In an interview with Sampson Tagbor,who happens to be the President of TTAG,he lamented on the unfortunate situation and ... Read More »

”UCC Caused our failure” – dismissed Teacher Trainees

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Following earlier reports concerning trainees from the Colleges of Education who were dismissed by the University of Cape Coast for failing only single papers,some of the aggrieved Students were speaking to EducationGhana.net . According to some victims from  Mampong Technical College of Education, they were forced to offer Elective mathematics whiles in level 100 ,although they were regular students. According to the students,the University of Cape ... Read More »

UCC dismisses College of Education Students over referral of ‘SINGLE’ Papers

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Students in Colleges of Education in the Country ,who are mostly Government Colleges of Education,and are being examined by the University of Cape Coast are being dismissed for failing only single papers. Most of the aggrieved students took to social media to show their displeasure over the way and manner in which the University authorities do handle issues concerning Trainees. ... Read More »

UK Supports Colleges of Education development with £17 million

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£17 million being pumped into Teacher Training Colleges in Ghana A UK aid funded programme, Transforming Teacher Education and Leaning (T-TEL), is investing about £17 million into Teacher Training Colleges in Ghana.The fund is to enhance teaching techniques in the 38 colleges of education and some educational institutions that support them.The programme which will last for the next four years ... Read More »

Thieves Invade Accra College of Education SRC Complex

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EducationGhana.net has gathered that the SRC Complex of Accra College of Education was been raided by thieves during the previous Semester break. The thieves were believed to have made away with Plastic Chairs and Computers meant for administrative work in the complex. The items were taken through the window of the complex . It is still not clear how the ... Read More »

Akatsi College of Education Looses Final Year Student over Coconut

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Reports reaching EducationGhana.net has it that a final year student of Akatsi College of Education has met his untimely death, over the weekend. According to reports,the deceased fell off a coconut tree on the school campus. The victim Frank Worentetu who is in his early 20s was said to be climbing the tree to pluck some of the fruits but fell ... Read More »

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