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Automatic Employment of Teachers after College Not Cancelled By Government


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 »

Cabinet Approves Setting Up Of National Research Fund


Cabinet has given approval for the setting up of the National Research Fund. A bill has therefore been submitted to parliament for the enactment of an Act to regulate the Fund. Deputy Minister in charge of Tertiary Education, Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa announced this at the launch of the maiden edition of the APT journal, a multi-disciplinary research publication of Accra ... Read More »

Canning In Schools Worsens Pupils’ Bad Behaviors

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Canning in schools in Ghana has made many Ghanaians brazen liars or timid, Mama Sewa Fenu III, the Queen of Taviefe, has observed. You May Also Read…CAGD Begins Payment of Salary Arrears “In school they had to lie, if they could, to avoid the strokes of the cane and so they have grown up with it,” she said. Mama Fenu, ... Read More »

Assembly Man Banned Pupils From Watching Adom TV’s Kumkum Bagyah Telenovela

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The Assembly man for Kyebi Ahenbronmu Electoral area, in the East Akim Municipal of the Eastern Region, Hon Kwame Aseidu Bekoe has banned school chldren in his area from watching Adom TV Kumkum Bayiyah and other telenovela series in the evening. According to the assembly man, he has been moving from house to house, shop to shops in the evening ... Read More »

CAGD Begins Payment of Salary Arrears

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The Controller and Accountant General’s Department has begun the payment of Salary arrears due teachers and other staff of the Ghana Education service. The payment started from the end of May 2016 and is expected to continue to June 2016.  This payment is contrary to The CAGD’s   earlier notice of payment of salary arrears which was supposed to take ... Read More »

Afadjato South District to Award Dedicated Teachers


The Human Resource Development Officer of the Afadjato South District Education Service, Mr John Djondo has hinted his outfit in collaboration with the District Assembly will establish an award scheme to recognize exceptionally hardworking teachers in the district. He said the Afadjato South District for the past two years has maintained its first position on the regional ranking of the Basic Education ... Read More »

University of Ghana to Establish Center for European Studies


The University of Ghana’s Centre for Social Policy Studies, as part of its strategic plans is to establish a centre for European studies to broaden the frontiers of research and learning. Professor Ernest Aryeetey, Vice Chancellor of the University, noted that it is imperative for the country’s educational system to focus on approach to understanding European issues, hence the essence ... Read More »

Teacher Trainee Arrested For Having Sexual Affair With Married Woman


The Akyem Oda Police Command of the Ghana Police Service has arrested twenty five (25) year old Duke Sekyere, a teacher trainee of Methodist Training Collage School in Akyem Oda for having sex with a married woman in her matrimonial home. You May Also Read…..Teacher Trainees Display Their Feeding Grant Cheques with Joy The accused is believed to be offering ... Read More »

Teach Them Wrong:GES and Education Ministry’s Spelling of ‘Integrated Science’ on National Syllabus

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The Ministry of Education and the Ghana Education Service has again released an ‘ERROR ‘ written Syllabus into the Schools to be used to aid the Teaching And Learning Process at The Basic Level. You May Also Read….The Steps To Enroll on The National Service Scheme – To All Students has seen a Ghana Education Service and Ministry of ... Read More »

NUGS ‘Warns’ Students NOT To Pay Utility Bills


The leadership of the National Union of Ghana Students in a Press Statement, wishes to send a word of reminder to all students especially the SRC leadership across the nation, and particularly, those in the public tertiary institutions that NO student in public Institutions is supposed to pay utility bills. According  to the leadership,Government through its responsible ministries must come ... Read More »

P&G, 2 others to help reduce menstruation-related school Absenteeism

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Procter & Gamble SSA (Sub-Saharan Africa Markets), World of Children Award, and EPF Educational Empowerment Initiative, have announced a joint project to provide support for underprivileged girls in Ghana to pursue their education. EPF is a Ghanaian organization founded by Winnifred Selby, 2015 World of Children Youth Honouree. The joint project, designed to provide sanitary supplies and health-related educational materials ... Read More »

Education Minister to Answer Questions in Parliament over UEW council

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The Minister for Education Professor Jane Naana Opoku-Agyeman is expected to answer questions in parliament over the absence of a council at the University of Education, Winneba. Her imminent appearance before the House is as a result of an urgent question filed by the Effutu MP Alex Afenyo-Markin over the absence of a council at the University. You May Also ... Read More »

UPSA Students Protest against Construction of Fuel Station Near Campus


Students of the University of Professional Studies (UPSA), have demonstrated against the construction of a fuel station near the university. Some of the placards they displayed included “UPSA in dangThe university is situated between the Christ Embassy Church and the construction site. In an interview with GNA, Wilson Delali Agyeman, President of the Department of Accounting Students Association said the ... Read More »

Sudanese Student to be deported from Canada for Lying about Age

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A South Sudanese high school student faces possible deportation from Canada after lying about his age. Jonathan Nicola said he was 16 when he came to Canada late last year on a student visa – but the Canadian Immigration and Refugee Board says he is, in fact, 29. Nicola’s real age was discovered when he applied for a US visa. ... Read More »

GES to ‘Re-validate’ about 13,297 Validated Teachers Before Payment of Salary Arrears

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The Ghana Education Service has issued a notice to Teachers who have been validated for payment of their Salary Arrears to Prepare for another ‘Field Exercise’ before final Payment of their arrears. You May Also Read…Teacher Trainees Display Their Feeding Grant Cheques with Joy The Ghana Education Service made this revelation in a press statement date May 20,2016.According to the ... Read More »

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