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Double Track System begins today

The much awaited double track system introduced by the government of Ghana kick-starts today (September 11). The aim among other things is to address the growing number of students benefiting...

Double Track System detractors must stop polluting education atmosphere -Former POTAG President

A former President of Polytechnic Teachers Association of Ghana POTAG James Dugrah has called on the public to disregard persons who try to politicize the Double Track System introduced...

Parents admonished to take charge of their wards education

Director General of the Ghana Education Service (GES),  Professor Kwasi Opoku-Amankwa, has called on parents to help bring up their wards to become responsible citizens. Education is a shared responsibility...

‘Gov’t has instilled TVET into Double Track System’- Dr. Joseph Apprey

Technical and Vocational Institutions are not happy with  the Ministry of Education and the Ghana Education Service's decision to cut them off from the latest admissions into Senior High...

Double track system officially takes off

The Assistant PRO of the Ghana Education Service, Anthony Amoah, says all is set for the smooth take off of the double track system Tuesday September 11. Speaking to GBC’s...

Teacher licensure examination: candidates stranded at OLA College of Education

Hundreds of teachers who trooped to the OLA College of Education Centre in Cape Coast on Monday morning for the teachers licensure examination were left stranded and frustrated because...

Place JHS graduates into TVET institutions through CSSPS – Coordinator

The National Coordinator of the Network on Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET), Rebecca Ampa- Korsah, has decried government's inability to place JHS graduates into any of the...

Government urged to increase Non-Formal Education budgetary allocation

PAMOJA Ghana, a network of Non-Formal Education Practitioners, has called on government to increase the Non-Formal Education (NFED) budgetary allocation to at least six per cent of the Education...

First-ever Teacher Licensure Examination takes off

28,910 newly trained teachers across Ghana will begin the first-ever Teacher Licensure Examination. The examination will be held in all teacher training institutions in the colleges of education in...

Double track Education system rolls out today

The Double Track Education System kick starts today even though first year students of Senior High Schools go to school September 11. When the President, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo announced...

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