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New Curriculum: Teachers allay fears, parents assured

Most Ghanaians especially parents are panicking owing to rumours circulating on social media about the new modules accompanying the implementation of the new curriculum next month. These  include replacement of...

GES-SIC insurance policy is voluntary – Professor Kwasi Opoku-Amankwa

The Ghana Education Service (GES) has for the second time suspended the monthly deduction of ten Ghana cedis from teachers' salaries towards the GES-SIC Life Insurance policy. The GES said...

Engage youth in formulating educational sector policies

Volta Regional Director of Education, Madam Enyonam Amafuga, has called on policy-makers to engage the youth in formulating educational sector policies to enable them to own it. She said the...

GES spends GH¢26 million in training basic school teachers on new curriculum

The Ghana Education Service (GES), has made twenty six million Ghana cedis available to train all Basic School teachers under the new curriculum. In all, 152,000 kindergarten one to primary...

Over 1,000 teachers to be trained on new curriculum in W/N

A total of 1,013 basic school teachers in the Bia West and East districts of the Western North region would be trained in the new education curriculum which begins...

Free SHS has come to stay — Mahama

Former President John Dramani Mahama has allayed the fears of a possible cancellation of the free Senior High School (SHS) educational policy should he return to power insisting that...

Oti celebrates International Youth Day

Over 800 students in the Oti Region marked this year's International Youth Day with a symposium at the Dambai Training College at Dambai. The event, on the theme, “Transforming Education,...

KNUST establishes Centre for Agricultural Mechanization and Management

The Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST), has established a National Centre for Agricultural Mechanization and Management. The goal is to enhance training and research in agricultural mechanization...

“Spending oil revenues on Free SHS a better investment” – Education Minister

The Minister for Education, Dr. Matthew Opoku Prempeh, says the decision by the Akufo-Addo led government to spend the country’s oil revenues on “Free Senior High School education is...

U/W GES blames poor educational results on uneven distribution of teachers

The Ghana Education Service (GES) has identified the uneven distribution of teachers in the Upper West Region as one of the major challenges affecting education in the region. The GES...

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Acting IGP directs speedy investigation into death of two policemen

The acting Inspector General of Police,  (IGP), has directed a speedy investigation into the death of two Policemen. The two officers were ‘killed’ at Manso...