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The Girls Education Unit of the Ghana Education Service has identified parental neglect and pervasive poverty as major challenges militating against girls' education and retention at school. Mrs Catherine Nutsugah-Mikado, the Director in-charge of Girls' Education Unit (GEU) at the Ghana Education Service (GES) who said this at the launch...
Teacher trainees across the country are to boycott academic activities at their various campuses to demand the immediate release of their feeding grant from government, which they say has been in arrears since three semesters. A statement issued by the Teacher Trainees Association of Ghana on Monday asked all members...
The deputy Minister of Health, Tina Mensah, has assured the pregnant nurses who spoke against decision to bar them from taking their exams due to their conditions will not be victimised. The Nursing and Midwifery Council Tuesday ordered principals of nursing schools to allow pregnant students and nursing mothers to...
A clinical psychotherapist has called on management of educational institutions to take bold measures to halt occultism practices on school campuses. The Very Reverend Father Dr. Alphonse Amanor, who is a Stress Management Consultant at the Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital, said for them to be successful in such quest, management of...
Minister of Education Dr Matthew Opoku Prempeh has reiterated that all graduates of 2017 junior high school who get computer placement into public senior high schools (SHSs) will benefit from the free education policy to start in September. “This has been our consistent position,” Dr Opoku Prempeh stressed in a...
Seventeen students of the Takoradi Technical University in the Western region have been suspended for examination malpractices. This was after the disciplinary committee of the school found them guilty of the misconduct, according to reports Two others were warned, with one of them suffering a paper cancellation to atone for his...
Over 8000 members of the National Association of Graduate Teachers have been left unpaid following the decision by the finance ministry not pay workers who have not registered with SSNIT. According to the President of NAGRAT, Angel Karbonu, although the affected individuals are already registered with the Social Security and...
Minister of State in charge of Tertiary Education Professor Kwesi Yankah has commended missionaries for the many schools in Ghana. He said the majority of educational institutions that make up the top bracket on many academic leagues are mission schools with most situated in the Central Region. But he said...
Senior Minister  Yaw Osafo-Marfo says respect for teachers in the country has dwindled over the years. He said this is regardless of the fact that teachers play a key role in the development of the country. The Senior Minister made this known during the 10th Congregation of Our Lady of Apostles...
The Ghana Education Service (GES) says it will not be moved by the demands of the National Association of Graduate Teachers (NAGRAT) in the Central Region to pay arrears owed some teachers who have been promoted. This, the GES explains, is because there had been a prior agreement with all...
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