Contact Us On 0506440219 WhatsApp Us On 0506440219
Friday , 14 October 2016
Home » Latest News (page 10)

Latest News

President John Mahama needs no Second Term- Unpaid Teachers

MAHAMA SWEARING IN

A group Calling itself Victims of 3 Months Arrears Pay Policy (V3MAPP) has charged all Ghanaians to reject President Mahama’s second term bid for Presidency. According to the group,elections are not just conducted for a mere reason of citizens to be enfranchised, but to enable them vote for deserving or right leaders and their  definition of a right leader is ... Read More »

2016 Computersized School Selection into SHS Begins;Parents to Check via Short code for Confirmation

Students admission list

The Computerized School Selection and Placement System (CSSPS) of the Ghana Education Service has commenced preparations towards this year’s School Selection and Placement exercise. As part of the preparations, parents and guardians of Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE) candidates have the opportunity to confirm their four (4) choices of schools and programmes made prior to the selection and placement exercise ... Read More »

South Eastern Montessori holds Speech Day

SOUTH EASTERN MONTESORRI

Miss Rosina Adobor, the Kpone-Katamanso District Director of Education has called on parents and teachers to collaborate and instill the virtues of discipline among pupils. This, she said will help prevent the children from engaging in deviant and negative practices, which could ruin their future aspirations. She maintained that ineffective parental controls were contributing to the high incidence of immorality ... Read More »

Society Must Help Maintain High Standards of Integrity- Education Director

MRS SALLY NELLY COLEMAN

Mrs Sally Nelly Colman, Assin South District Director of Education, has called on parents, teachers and all stakeholders to make conscious efforts to help the youth maintain high standards of integrity. She said the youth who are the future of the society must not under any circumstance lack uprightness of thought and action in their engagement with the environment. It ... Read More »

Former President Kufuor to Speak at Youtherfest 2016

WASHINGTON - SEPTEMBER 15:  (AFP OUT) Ghana President John Kufuor delivers a speech and toast during a state dinner in his honor at the White House September 15, 2008 in Washington, DC. Kufuor is on a three-day state visit to the United States.  (Photo by Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images)

His Excellency John Kofi Agyekum Kufour will be speaking to hundreds of youth across the country on the focus ’The Influence of Leadership for Generation Building’ at the sixth edition of the biggest national gathering of youth in August at Aburi to raise generational builders. The youth festival gathering christened as Youtherfest is an annual national nondenominational youth festival aimed ... Read More »

Confirmed:Northern Region tops In Payment of Salary Arrears for July

ghana cedi

Staff  of the Ghana Education Service have been paid the Second batch of  Salary Arrears. The payment had been effected on regional basis with the Northern Region recording the highest number of GES Staff being paid in July with a total of 1,334 beneficiaries. Check the breakdown below… Ashanti Region     63 Brong Ahafo Region        52 Central Region  761 Greater Accra ... Read More »

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

College of Education Students

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 »

Ho Polytechnic In Exchange Programme With Yamoussoukro Polytechnic

HO POLY

Ho Polytechnic and the Yamoussoukro Polytechnic of Cote d’Ivoire have begun social, cultural and educational exchange programmes to foster stronger relationship between the two institutions. The educational cooperation is expected to lead to the development of research programmes towards addressing common challenges in the area of technical and vocational training in the sub-region. Professor Emmanuel Kojo Sakyi, Rector of Ho ... Read More »

Newly Trained Teachers to Receive Allowances after Postings

TEACHER

Newly Trained Teachers may not be taking their salaries immediately after completion of their various courses of study.According to information reaching EducationGhana  newly trained teachers from the Colleges of Education across the country  will be posted earlier before the commencement of the 2016/2017 Academic Year. When posted, they  will not receive Salaries  immediately.Trainees are expected to see their District IPPD ... Read More »

About 3000 GES Staff to be Paid Salary Arrears by the End of July

GES SALARY ARREARS UPDATE

The Ghana Education Service has hinted that the second batch of Salary Arrears of its staff will be paid by the end of the month. A total of about 3,117 affected staff are expected to be paid. According to GES, the said number could be reduced subject to BNI Scrutiny.This means that if there is an embargo on the salary ... Read More »

Be Accountable and Stop the Corruption- Group Challenges CCT Leadership

NAIJA TEACHER

A Group calling itself Progressive Teachers and Youth Alliance (PROTAYA) is challenginging the Leadership of the Coalition of Concerned Teachers to be accountable to its members and prevent the high rate of lallegde corruption ongoing at the leadership level of the Association. In a statement released  by the group,it  criticized the leadership for taking its members for granted and taking ... Read More »

Book and Research Fund Likely to be Rendered Useless – Prof Aryeetey

Prof Aryetee UG VC

The outgoing Vice Chancellor of the University of Ghana, Professor Ernest Aryeetey, has called on government to restructure the Book and Research Fund as the current policy is likely to be rendered useless. According to him, if persons appointed to manage fund do not have any background in research it will not serve its purpose. “There’s not one single person ... Read More »

John Evans Atta Mills Memorial Library Inaugurated

ATTA  MILLS LIBRARY

President John Mahama on Monday inaugurated an ultra-modern library in memory of late President John Evans Atta Mills. The Atta Mills Memorial Library was inaugurated as part activities to commemorate of the death of the former President four years ago. “As president he was Asomdwehene and father for all. A peace-loving man, he prioritized peace above all else because as ... Read More »

Govt’s One Region, One Public University Project On Course – Seth Terkper

UNI LECT

Finance Minister, Seth Terkper, says government is committed to improving access to tertiary institutions in the country.  The government, he says wants to establish one tertiary institution in regions that do not have one in the country to address the deficit in tertiary education. “The establishment of the University for Environment and Sustainable Development in Somanya in the Eastern Region ... Read More »

Prof John Owusu Gyapong appointed UHAS Vice-Chancellor

Prof John Owusu Gyapong appointed UHAS Vice-Chancellor

The Governing Council of the University of Health and Allied Sciences (UHAS), Ho, the Volta Region capital, has appointed Professor John Owusu Gyapong as Vice-Chancellor of the University. A press release signed by UHAS Registrar, Dr. Cynthia Sena Kpeglo, said Prof Gyapong’s appointment was made at a meeting of the Univeristy’s Council on Friday, July 15, 2016. Professor Gyapong takes ... Read More »

Ghana's #1 Education News and Resources Website

You are Welcome to EducationGhana Store. You can Shop for Any Educational Material Available at Our Shop or SELL YOUR MATERIALS In Our Shop By Contacting Our Marketing Department on 0506440219

Ghana's Premier Education News and Resource Website