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Muslim students receive free education

Alhaji Muhammad Braimah Youseph, an Islamic Scholar, has impressed upon Muslims to embrace secular education

Mr Abednego Aduffo Asani, Proprietor of Royal Stars International School at Amoakrom-Nsawam has appealed to the Ministry of Education to support private schools with teaching and learning materials

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The West African Examinations Council (WAEC) said out of 242, 162 candidates that sat for the 2014 May/June West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE); 68, 062 (28.11 per cent) qualified for tertiary admissions

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Government, heads of tertiary institutions meet on Ebola

The Chief of Staff at the Presidency, Mr. Prosper Bani, has urged Vice –Chancellors, Presidents, Rectors and Principals of all Tertiary Institutions to join forces with the government to ensure that the Ebola outbreak which has affected four West African nations, does not spread to Ghana

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The Jaman South District Directorate of Education has withdrawn the services of 17 teachers for poor performance and entering the profession with fake certificates

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The Polytechnic Administrators Association of Ghana (PAAG) has appealed to the Fair Wages and Salaries Commission to speed up negotiations on the conditions of service for members of the Association

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Former President Rawlings awarded doctorate degree

The University of Education-Winneba (UEW), has awarded former President Jerry John Rawlings and two others with honourary doctorate degrees at a special congregation of the university in Winneba

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The College for Ama (CofA) Foundation, a charity organisation, on Thursday urged Ghanaians to invest in the education of their children in order to secure their bright future

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Government has called for postponement of the commencement of the 2014/2015 academic year by two weeks

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KNUST Suspends Reopening Over Ebola Threat

Ghana’s premier science and technology tertiary institution, the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology has indefinitely suspended its reopening following a recent scare of the deadly Ebola virus disease in the sub-region

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A Counsellor at the Cape Coast Polytechnic, Mrs. Esther Amprofi Boham, has appealed to parents and guardians to discontinue the practice of leaving their children to go to school unaccompanied or accompanied by minors

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The University of Cape Coast has organized a two- day training workshop for provosts and senior administrative members of the University

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The Private Universities Students Association of Ghana (PUSAG) will on Wednesday present a petition to President John Dramani Mahama, on the need for government to speed up the charter process for private universities

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Mr Hayford Osei Kwadwo, National Chairman of Conference of Directors of Education (CODE), has appealed to teachers to be patriotic and redouble their efforts to improve the performance of students

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Teachers from Nkoranza North District have presented a Toyota saloon car costing 23,000 Ghana cedis to Mr James Appiah-Kusi, out-going Nkoranza North District Director of Education

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Lack of demonstration rooms at the Women’s Training Institute of the Department of Community Development (DCP) is thwarting efforts of tutors to impart quality vocational skills to students, Mr. Robert Owusu Ansah, Western Regional Director of the DCP, has said

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