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GNAT donates Ghc¢5,000 to Teacher Trainees

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The Ghana National Association of Teachers on Friday made a Ghc 5,000 donation to Teacher Trainees during the 21st Annual Delegates Congress held in Tamale College of Education. The donation was done to help support the works of the Association. Other donations done on the day were Ghc 1,000 from the National Association of Graduate Teachers and an un announced ... Read More »

What you Need to know about the 2016 GES Posting of Newly trained Teachers

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The Ghana Education Service is responsible for the posting of newly trained teachers from the various Colleges of Education in Ghana. The exercise had been smoothly carried out in the past ,where trainees were being posted even before the release of their final results.In view of this,trainees could even write their resit papers whilst on the field. Payment of salaries ... Read More »

GNAT to Organize Mentoring Class for Newly Posted Teachers

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The Ghana National Association of Teachers (GNAT) shall be organizing Mentoring Classes for Newly Trained Teachers who will be posted into the various Schools starting from the 2016/17 Academic year. This information came from the Deputy General Secretary of the Ghana National Association of Teachers ,Mrs Apanbil Gifty during the 21st Annual Congress of Eastern and Greater Accra Sector of ... Read More »

Exhibit Professionalism in Leadership – Ellis Ferdinand

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Delegates at the 21st Annual Delegates Congress of the Eastern and Greater Accra Sector of the Teacher Trainees Association of  Ghana on Monday held an opening ceremony of Congress at the Ada College of Education on Monday. The Congress was on the theme ”’The Fate of the Teacher Trainee In the Current Trends of Education” . Speaking at the Opening ... Read More »

Basic Schools to receive 2.5million Dictionaries worth GH¢70 million

DICTIONARIES FOR SCHOOLS

Government has procured a total of 2.5million copies of dictionaries at a cost of GH¢70 million for distribution to basic schools across the country. Out of the number, 1.4 million copies would go to primary schools and 1.1million copies to Junior High Schools (JHS). Inspecting the consignments at the warehouse of the EPP Books at Legon in Accra yesterday, the ... Read More »

Dismissal of 4000 Teachers from Gov’t Payroll not Factual – Gov’t

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A recent publication on an online news portal breakingnewsgh.com has really ‘broken’ the hearts of hardworking Ghanaian teachers who are either Preparing their Lesson Plans for the next Academic year or Preparing their Teaching and Learning Materials to aid Teaching and Learning in the next Academic year. The reportage which is believed to have  been  released from the Flagstaff House ... Read More »

Full List of 2016 Ghana Tertiary Awards’ Nominees

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GHANA TERTIARY AWARDS 2016 NOMINEES GHANA TERTIARY AWARDS STUDENT OF YEAR 2016 A1 ENOCH WORLANYO WALLAS GHANA                                                                         INSTITUTE OF JOURNALISM A2 OFFEI NYARKO AUCC A3 REGINA VAN HELVERT-ANNE DEI GTUC A4 JACINTA OCANSEY PENTECOAST UNIVERSITY COLLEGE A5 JASON EL-AGHA UNIVERSITY OF GHANA A6 AARON LESLIE ADATSI NAFTI A7 FELLA MAKAFUI PRECIOUS UNIVERSITY OF GHANA A8 WHYTE ERSKIN AMO UNIVERSITY OF ... Read More »

Two Ghanaian Researchers want National Accreditation Board Dissolved over Fake Honors

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Two Ghanaian researchers have called for the immediate dissolution of the National Accreditation Board. According to them, the Board has failed woefully in its duties in terms of monitoring and supervising institutions awarding degrees and other certificates in Ghana. This follows a research they conducted which revealed that a number of high profile Ghanaians including politicians, university lecturers, traditional rulers ... Read More »

CETAG to meet FWSC, Finance Ministry over Intended Strike Action

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The Deputy Minister In Charge of Tertiary Education, Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa, says a meeting has been scheduled for Monday (August, 22) between the leadership of Colleges of Education Teachers Association of Ghana, CETAG, Fair Wages and Salaries Commission (FWSC) and the Ministry of Finance to address the grievances of CETAG members. He said a lot of progress has been made ... Read More »

Free SHS for Boarders was Budgeted for – Education Ministry

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The Ministry of Education has said that the necessary funds have been made available ahead of the implementation of the free Senior High School (SHS) education for some boarding students. According to the Ministry, they expect a successful implementation as provisions for the new programme had been made in the budget for 2016. “Government and for that matter the Ministry ... Read More »

MMDAs Asked to Sponsor Youth for Skills Training

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Metropolitan, Municipal and District Assemblies (MMDAs) have been asked to sponsor the youth in their jurisdictions for skills training. It should also be part of their human development effort and in keeping with the government’s agenda of improving the lives of all. Mr Ziblim Shaibu, Northern Regional Director of the National Youth Authority (NYA), who made this appeal at a ... Read More »

Education Minister gets UN appointment

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The Minister of Education, Prof. Jane Naana Opoku-Agyemang has been appointed to the United Nations High Level Commission on Health, Employment and Economic Growth (ComHEE). The commission is jointly chaired by the Presidents of France and South Africa, Messrs Francois Hollande and Jacob Zumah. It has Dr Margaret Chan, Director-General of the World Health Organization (WHO); Mr Angel Gurria, Secretary-General ... Read More »

Graphic reporter offered Doctorate degree for $ 4000

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Two Ghanaian professors from the Valdosta State University in USA recently undertook investigations into how some prominent Ghanaians earn Honorary Doctorate degrees and concluded that many of the private universities dishing out the degrees were unaccredited. The report, initially published by Pulse.com.gh drew conclusions on extensive investigations and gave an alarming list of tertiary institutions and names of prominent Ghanaians ... Read More »

Ghanaian Students to benefit from a 1,000 Slot Annual Scholarship from Chinese Universities

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Eight top Chinese universities led by the Wenzhou University have agreed to collaborate with the Ghana Embassy in Beijing and Study in China Admission systems (SICAS) to offer 1,000 slots for Ghanaian students annually. They have also agreed to offer 200 out of the 1,000 Ghanaian students with full scholarships to undertake various undergraduate and post graduate programmes. This is ... Read More »

Over 5000 teachers to receive Salary Arrears in August

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The Ministry of Education says  over five thousand teachers whose salaries have been in arrears in excess of three months have been validated and are expected to be paid by the end of this month. the Finance Ministry has authorized the Controller and Accountant General’s Department to process the documents of these teachers for payments to be made. Speaking to ... Read More »

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