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Physicists in Ghana Deliberate on Harmonizing Physics Syllabus in schools

The Ghana Institute of Physics Association (GhInsP) has proposed the harmonization of physics syllabus for tertiary institutions, the Senior High and basic schools

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Aburi Girls holds farewell service for Dr Asibey

The staff and Management of the Aburi Girls’ Senior High School at the weekend held a farewell service for the late Dr Mrs Joyce Lucy Asibey, the first Ghanaian Headmistress of the school

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Retool existing Technical and Vocational Institution – Lecturer

Rev. Kwesi Nkum Wilson, a Senior Lecturer of the Department of Psychology and Education, University of Education Winneba (UEW), has said it was about time the Central Government retooled existing Technical and Vocational Institutions and the Educational system

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Ghana Muslim Mission urged WAEC to tighten internal security systems

Ghana Muslim Mission urged WAEC to tighten internal security systems

The Ghana Muslim Mission (GMM) has called on the West African Examinations Council (WAEC), to as a matter of urgency, institute strong internal measures to prevent the rampant leakages of examination papers

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Chinese government grants scholarship to 90 Ghanaian students

Chinese government grants scholarship to 90 Ghanaian students

China has granted scholarships to 90 Ghanaian students to pursue various programmes in Chinese universities

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National Youth Authority organizes classes for students

Senior High and Technical School students have been urged to take their studies seriously and avoid re-writing papers, to make up grades to qualify them for admission into tertiary institutions

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Lecturer advocates the re-introduction of Environmental studies in schools

Mr. Ernest Amankrah Afrifa, a lecturer at the Environmental Sciences Department of the University of Cape Coast (UCC) on has advocated the re-introduction of Environmental Studies into the academic curriculum of the various educational institutions to instill good sanitation practices in the youth

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WAEC assessment system inefficient – GNECC

WAEC assessment system inefficient – GNECC

The Ghana National Education Campaign Coalition (GNECC) says the current West African Examination Council (WAEC) assessment system is inefficient hence the high level of irregularities reported year after year

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Ministry to host forum for Maths and Science teachers

The Ministry of Education is to organise a forum for all Mathematics and Science teachers across the country to brainstorm and develop effective strategies of improving performance of students

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First woman Rector sworn into office

The Governing Council of the Koforidua Polytechnic, has sworn into office a 44-year old Professor Smile Afua Gavua Gyisi, as the fourth Rector of the polytechnic

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Police officers donate computers to school

Five Senior Officers of the Ghana Police Service have presented three desktop computers, a printer and other accessories worth GHC6,500 to the Police Experimental Primary School in Sunyani

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Mawuli Junior High School appeals for furniture

A good number of students of Mawuli Junior High School (JHS) in Ho carry tables and chairs to school regularly

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Professor Mawutor Avoke is new Vice Chancellor for UEW

Professor Mawutor Avoke, Dean of Graduate Studies, has been appointed as the new Vice-Chancellor (V.C) of the University of Education Winneba (UEW)

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Child of the Light School holds graduation

Child of the Light Basic School has marked its third graduation in Accra, with a call on parents and guardians to instill discipline in their children

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Asutifi North records 24 pregnancies in BECE

Twenty-four pregnant girls and eight nursing mothers, participated in the just-ended Basic Education Certificate Examinations (BECE) in the Asutifi North District of Brong-Ahafo

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Santa Barbara School celebrates 10th anniversary

Mrs Barbara Afful-Asamoah, Managing Director of Santa Barbara School, has asked students to be guided by good moral principles to achieve their academic ambitions

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