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Ho: Teachers stranded at GES office

Hundreds of newly recruited teachers in the Volta region were stranded at the Volta Regional Directorate of Education office, in Ho Thursday  where they turned up for a biometric registration. The teachers who came from the Southern and Central part of the region were scheduled to undergo the biometric registration slated …

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Asinesi Primary School has only one Teacher

Asinesi is a neglected farming community which is located about 9.8 Kilometers away from Somanya, the Municipal capital of Yilo-Krobo. Asinesi is surrounded by three communities Awuzamlem, Monu, and Nyewer. The total population of the community is estimated to about 1,000 people.   The community has a school. It is …

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UPSA sacks 20 students

Twenty students of the University of Professional Studies (UPS) have been dismissed for undermining the university’s student information system in order to “manipulate various grades in their favour.” The decision to sack the students, the University said,  was reached at an emergency meeting by its academic board Wednesday February 15 …

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NAPO sabotaging conversion of Polytechnics- POTAG

The Teachers of Technical Universities and Polytechnics, are accusing the Minister of Education, Mathew Opoku Prempeh of conniving with the National Council for Tertiary Education (NCTE), to frustrate the process of conversion of Polytechnics into Technical Universities. In a statement, the Association said the NCTE is usurping the powers of …

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UNICEF deepens education aid for children with disabilities in Ghana

The United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) on Tuesday handed over essential assistive devices and basic screening materials worth 100,000 U.S. dollars to the Ghanaian government for use in assessment centres across the country. The equipment, which includes child-sized wheelchairs, crutches, complete spectacles, hearing aids, Snellen charts and tossing rings, will …

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