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Lancaster University, ACCA launches financial literacy project

Lancaster University Ghana (LUG), in collaboration with the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) Ghana, has launched a first of its kind Financial Literacy Project (F.L.I.P.)

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Stop calling students home for family gatherings – Headmistress

The headmistress of Ghana National College, the Mrs. Juliana Owusu Ansah, has condemned the practice where some parents invite their wards to leave school to attend every family gathering at home

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Telecom University admits new students

Dr Kwanena Okyere Darko, the Member of Parliament for Takoradi, has appealed to students to make judicious use of their time in finding solutions to problems facing Ghana and Africa in general

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UEW to start fifth Campus at Techiman

The University of Education, Winneba (UEW) would soon start a fifth Campus in Techiman in the Brong Ahafo Region to be called College of Distance Education and Extension Services

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Pupils studying under trees at Oyibi

Some students of the Kpone-Katamanso District Assembly (KKDA) Junior High School at Oyibi have no classrooms and therefore study under trees

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Kukurantumi leaders sign undertaking to protect teachers

The six leaders of Agona Kukurantumi on Friday signed an undertaking to protect lives and property of all the 14 teachers at the Kukurantumi ADA Primary/Junior High School (JHS)

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Muslim students reject GES directive – We won’t attend devotion

Muslim students reject GES directive – We won’t attend devotion

The Ghana Muslim Students’ Association (GMSA) has directed all of its members to disregard the directive of the Ghana Education Service (GES) instructing all students to attend morning devotions in their schools

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Students including Muslims must attend morning devotion – GES

Students including Muslims must attend morning devotion – GES

The Ghana Education Service has served notice to all students in missionary secondary schools to attend morning devotion sessions if it is a school rule

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Kofi Annan centre opens two new courses

The Kofi Annan International Peacekeeping Training Centre (KAIPTC) has held a joint opening ceremony of the Development Diplomacy for Peace and Security Course (DDPS) and the Human Rights Training for Peace Support Operations Course

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Be more committed to the teaching profession- Moderator

The Moderator of the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church of Ghana, Right Reverend Professor Emmanuel Martey, has appealed to teachers to be more committed to the teaching job to improve the fallen standard of education in the country

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Do not force Muslims to take off their Hijabs at work and in schools

Government has condemned the act of preventing Muslim women and girls from freely wearing their hijabs at work places and in school

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Education Minister inaugurates COTVET Governing Board

Education Minister inaugurates COTVET Governing Board

Professor Jane Naana Opoku Agyemang, Minister of Education, has inaugurated a 16-member Board for the Council for Technical and Vocational Education and Training (COTVET) and charged them to develop policies to enhance skills training

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Ministry of Education donates laptops to teachers

Ministry of Education donates laptops to teachers

The Ministry of Education on Thursday donated 10,000 laptops and 100 projectors to the Ghana Education Service for onward distribution to basic school teachers across the country

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Ghana Technology University welcomes 553 fresh students

Ghana Technology University welcomes 553 fresh students

The Ghana Technology University (GTUC) has admitted 553 fresh students, bringing the total population of the college to 5,445. Out of the total, 958 are foreign students from over 20 countries. The fresh students have been admitted to pursue varied diploma, degree and doctor of philosophy programmes, spanning across fields of professional and development courses. […]

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Orange seller, 35, re-sits BECE in Cape Coast

Orange seller, 35, re-sits BECE in Cape Coast

A 35-year-old orange seller is among the 89 candidates taking part in the on-going maiden Basic Education Certificate Examinations (BECE) re-sit at the Adisadel College centre in Cape Coast. Madam Mary Mensah, a resident at Abakrampa in the Abura-Asebu-Kwamankese District, who completed Junior High School, 19 years ago, told the Ghana News Agency (GNA) in […]

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PUSAG adds voice to issue between PUC and students

The Private Universities Students’ Association of Ghana (PUSAG ) has added its voice to the current upheaval between some students and authorities of the Pentecost University Collage (PUC) on its Bachelor of Arts Communication programme accreditation. A statement signed by Mr Raphael Apetorgbor, PUSAG Media Relations Officer and copied to the Ghana News Agency on […]

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