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‘59,000 teachers recruited since 2017; All SHS students given all core textbooks’ – Minister

The Minister for Education, Dr. Matthew Opoku Prempeh, has described the era of President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, as the…

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Parliament Approves £76.9m For BSTEM

Parliament has approved a loan facility of £76.9 million for the supply and installation of educational equipment and training in…

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Free-for-all free SHS bad – Nunoo-Mensah

Rich Ghanaians must bear the cost of their children’s secondary education, Brigadier General Joseph Nunoo-Mensah, a former Chief of Defence…

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Gov’t to increase research funding for tertiary teachers

Government has announced its preparedness to increase the research funding of tertiary education teachers from 0.3% to one per cent…

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Gov’t defends moves to pass single statute for regulation of tertiary institutions

Government has made a strong case for its intention to draw up a single statute for all tertiary institutions in…

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New GES Curriculum Training Underway

A training workshop on the new Standards-Based Curriculum (SBC) to be implemented from September 2019 has commenced in Koforidua in…

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Review public universities Bill – UHAS alumni to gov’t

The old students association of the University of Health and Allied Sciences (UHAS) wants the government to review portions of…

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80% of education budget spent on emoluments

Though the education sector continues to receive the highest budgetary allocation, more than 80 percent is spent on salaries and…

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Government urged to tolerate dissenting views

A Former Minister of Education, Professor Naana Jane Opoku Agyemang, has urged the government to tolerate teachers who express dissenting…

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Gov’t to rename four public universities in new draft Bill

Four public universities in the country will be renamed after the newly drafted Public University Bill is adopted and passed…

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Education Ministry, law professor in fresh tango over draft universities bill

The latest to oppose the draft Public Universities Bill is a professor of law who has said the bill is…

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‘We stopped collection of printing fees to avoid extortion’ – GES

The Ghana Education Service (GES) has justified its decision to halt the collection of printing fees in basic schools across…

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