Ghana will hold WAEC accountable over exams leakage – Ablakwa

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The government has indicated it will hold the West African Examination Council (WAEC) for any form of exam malpractices in this year’s Basic Education Certification Examination (BECE). Deputy Education Minister, Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa said though the government respects the assurances given by WAEC to ensure the 2016 BECE is devoid of leakage, it will not hesitate to hold the examination body accountable in the event it happens

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Cocoa processing firm constructs bungalows for teachers

Mondelez International Cocoa Life, a cocoa processing firm, has handed over teachers’ bungalows to the Wassa East District Education Directorate to ease the accommodation problems of teachers in the District. The facility constructed at GHȼ420,000.00 has two rooms in each unit with kitchen and washroom facilities. Speaking at two separate functions to hand over the facilities to the District Education ...

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EPP launches Stock your Library Project

EPP Books Services, Ghana’s leading publisher and largest book distributor on Thursday launched a reading initiative called “Stock your Library Project”. The Project, which is a collaborative goal between EPP Books Services and the Ghana Library Association, aims at donating and equipping various school libraries across the country with reading and informative books to promote reading amongst students. The five ...

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Bawumia delivers 250 dual desks to Kperisi School

The Vice Presidential Candidate of the opposition New Patriotic Party (NPP) for the November polls, Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia, on Friday fulfilled his promise to the Kperisi Basic School in the Wa Municipality in the Upper West Region, when he presented 250 dual desks to the school. Background Dr. Bawumia, who visited the school last weekend after the plight of pupils ...

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Blame GES for ghost names – GNAT

The Ghana National Association of Teachers (GNAT) has said the Ghana Education Service (GES) is to be blamed for the high number of ghost names in the service. This follows a directive from the Bureau of National Investigations (BNI) to the service, to delete 610 ghost names from the government payroll. Speaking to Class News, GNAT General Secretary, David Ofori ...

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