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No child should be denied quality education – Musah

The Oguaa Football for Hope Centre, has launched its 2015 edition of the Oguaaman Street League Programme

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Education Resource Centre for St Monica

The St Monica’s Junior High School (JHS) at Asante Mampong is building an Education Resource Centre in collaboration with the Asante Mampong Anglican Diocese

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More students dropping out of school in South Tongu

More female students are dropping out of school in the South Tongu District of the Volta Region, Mr Moses Kakaw, the District Director of Social Welfare, disclosed on Tuesday

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WAEC releases results for BECE private candidates

The West African Examinations Council (WAEC) has released the provisional results of candidates who took the maiden edition of the Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE) for private candidates

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Education is critical in nation-building –Second Lady

The Second Lady, Mrs. Matilda Amissah-Arthur, has advised children in rural areas not to see themselves as disadvantaged, but rather take advantage of educational opportunities in their communities

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UDS campuses to become autonomous universities

The government has constituted a 10 – member committee to work to convert the Nyankpala, Navrongo and Wa campuses of the University for Development Studies (UDS), into autonomous universities

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College wants GES to employ its graduate teachers

The fate of about 601 graduate teachers from the St Ambrose College of Education, at Dormaa-Akwamu in the Dormaa East District of Brong-Ahafo are bleak, as the Ghana Education Service (GES) had failed to offer them employment

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Veep urges youth to make education their priority

Veep urges youth to make education their priority

The Vice President, Mr Kwesi Bekoe Amissah-Arthur, has urged the youth to make education their priority

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“Technical universities will not replace existing universities”

“Technical universities will not replace existing universities”

Professor Jane Naana Opoku-Agyemang, the Minister of Education, has given the assurance that the yet to take off technical universities in 2016, will not replace the already existing universities; because their mandate will be distinctive

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Retired Educationist advises parents to avoid unnecessary expenditure

A retired educationalist in Sunyani, Madam Florence Sekyeraa, has advised parents to stop misusing their incomes at the expense of their children’s education

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Job market slim, but with opportunities for career-oriented institutions-Dr Bassey

Dr Jeff Bassey, a Human Resource Consultant, has observed that while it was true the job market was virtually clogged, there still were jobs for the career-oriented and self-motivated in vision propelled institutions

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Accra Poly graduates 2,922 students

Accra Polytechnic, the nation’s premier Polytechnic on Saturday graduated a total of 2,922 students from its three schools of Engineering, Applied Sciences and Arts, and Business and Management Studies; comprising 15 departments in all

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Woman heads WAEC after 62 years

Dr. Evelyn Kandakai, a Liberian, has been elected the 18th Chairman of the West African Examination Council (WAEC) at the 63rd Annual Meeting of the Council in Lagos, Nigeria

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Adisadel College not invaded by Bed Bugs-Headmaster

The Headmaster of Adisadel College in Cape Coast, Mr. William Kusi Yeboah has refuted media speculations that the school had been invaded by bed bugs and that school authorities were finding it difficult managing the situation

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Universities must respond to changing needs of society- Kuupole

Universities must respond to changing needs of society in order to position them strongly if they want to attain a worldwide acclaim, Professor Domwini D. Kuupole, Vice Chancellor of the University of Cape Coast (UCC) had stated

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Pupils attending funerals as pastime must stop-DCE

Mr James Gunu, Akatsi North District Chief Executive (DCE) has expressed dissatisfaction, at the tendency among children to attend funerals as pastime and called on parents and community leaders to help stop the practice

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