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Authorities Rectify Computerized SHS Placement Login Problems

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Candidates of the 2016 Basic Education Certificate Examination who are supposed to check their placements online are facing difficulties with the login process. According to the Public Relations Officer of the Ghana Education Service, GES, Reverend Jonathan Bettey in an interview with Radio Ghana’s Unique Fm,he  said the problem is being rectified. According to the PRO,the problem was caused by ... Read More »

Female Teacher wins 2016 National Best Teacher’s Award


A female teacher of the Sowah Din Memorial 2 Junior High School in the Adentan Municipality of the Greater Accra, Rita Oppong has been crowned as the overall National Best Teacher for 2016. President John Dramani Mahama who was the special guest of honour, presented Ms. Oppong, a pre-Vocational Skills teacher with Ghc100, 000 dummy cheque for the construction of ... Read More »

GNAT Records About Gh¢90m Revenue in 2015


The Ghana National Association of Teachers has made a total revenue of Gh¢90.394million through its ‘Teachers Fund’ in the 2015 financial year.This according to the union is about a 60% increment from the revenue made from the 2014 financial year. The revenue jumped from Gh 68.587 million to Gh 170.142 million recording 148% increase from the previous year. The Teachers ... Read More »

Parents Commended Teachers on World Teachers Day


The chairman of the National Council of PTA’S, Alex Danso, has commended Teachers for their role in shaping the intellectual and psychological capacities of students. His commendation comes as Teachers’ Awards Day falls on October 5. He asked governments and parents to motivate teachers to work harder and not be treated with contempt. Meanwhile, the General Secretary of the Ghana ... Read More »

Teachers Celebrate World Teachers Day Today


Ghana today joins the global community to mark world teachers’ day.UNESCO proclaimed 5 October to be World Teachers’ Day in 1994, celebrating the great step made for teachers on October 5, 1966, when a special intergovernmental conference convened by UNESCO in Paris adopted the UNESCO/ILO Recommendation concerning the Status of Teachers, in cooperation with the ILO. This recommendation sets forth ... Read More »

Three Ghanaian writers awarded for literary works


Three Ghanaian writers have been recognised by the Burt Award for African Literature at a ceremony in Accra. They were recognised for their sterling contributions and promoting the love for reading among the populace. The event was to recognise excellence in young adult literature, fill in the gap for the shortage of relevant, and quality books for young people. Mrs ... Read More »

About 30 Teachers to be Honoured at 2016 National Best Teachers’ Award Ceremony


 The Ministry of Education (MoE) in collaboration with stakeholders has launched the 2016 National Best Teacher and School awards scheme in Accra. The award scheme, which is a combination of the 22nd best teacher and second best school awards, is to reward excellence, professionalism and dedication to the teaching profession and the complementary role played by the non-teaching staff for ... Read More »

Research Experts Meet to Determine SDGs Attainment Through Education


Experts in Education Research from Ghana are hosting their UK counterparts in Accra to look at how to link education to the attainment of the Sustainable Development Goals in sub- Saharan Africa. High on the agenda will be how to answer the question of whether the SDG’s will reverse the underdevelopment in Africa. Opening the two day conference, the Vice ... Read More »

DPS Pupils Appeal for Peaceful Elections


Pupils of the Delhi Public School (DPS) International Ghana, a world-class centre of child education in Community 25, Tema have appealed to political parties to ensure no blood is spilt during the impending general elections. According to the pupils, politicians should make peace the central theme of their campaign messages. They advised political parties and their activists to desist from ... Read More »

Basic Schools to Engage in Writing Competition to End Open Defecation


As part of efforts to eradicate open defecation in the country, the Ministry of Local Government and Rural Development in partnership with the Government of Canada, the United Nations Children Fund (UNICEF) and the Ghana-Netherland WASH Programme is organizing a writing competition for basic school pupils on the need to end open defecation. The competition which is open to all ... Read More »

2nd Edition of History of Education in Northern Ghana launched


The Foundation Vice Chancellor of the University of Development Studies, UDS, Professor Raymond Benning, says though a lot has been done to bridge the development gap between the north and south by successive governments there is still more to be done. He said the country needs to pull together to have a viable education. According to Professor Benning, it is ... Read More »

University of Cape Coast Gets New Vice Chancellor


Professor Ghartey Ampiah, has been appointed as the Vice Chancellor of the University of Cape Coast. Prof Ghartey Ampiah, is a former Provost of the College of Education Studies and a Professor of Science. Speaking to deans, heads of department, union leaders and some council members during the handing over ceremony,Prof Kuupole, the outgoing Vice Chancellor, thanked the University for ... Read More »

UHAS Inducts New Vice Chancellor into Office


A Professor of Epidemiology at the University of Ghana, Professor John Owusu Gyapong has been inducted into office as the second Vice Chancellor of the University of Health and Allied Sciences, UHAS in Ho. Professor Gyapong who until his induction was the Pro Vice Chancellor for Research and Innovation and Development at the University of Ghana took over from the ... Read More »

TTAG Volta Sector fined GH¢1500 for violating Modalities of TTAG Elections


The Volta Sector of the Teacher Trainees Association of Ghana has been fined GH¢1500.00 for violating Modalities of TTAG election. This statement was contained in a verdict by the Judicial committee of the Association chaired by Oscar Kofi Agbo .The Volta sector was accused of violating the Modalities of TTAG elections after bloating the voters’ register with unqualified delegates. the ... Read More »

TTAG Judicial Committee Fines Two Petitioners GH¢150 Each for Contempt


The Judicial Committee of the Teacher Trainees Association of Ghana has fine two petitioners of Gh¢150.00 each for Contempt. The Petitioners Saviour Gokah and Benjamin Nubour who petitioned the judicial committee concerning the election of the 2016/17 national executives of the Association into office,a petition that has led the judicial committee calling for a Re-election after their findings proved that ... Read More »

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