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Pass before you enjoy Free SHS – Napo

Only students who pass their examination will have the opportunity to enjoy the government’s Free SHS policy in September, the Education Minister has revealed. According to Mathew Opoku Prempeh, students who fail at the basic education level will not benefit from the policy as government readies to roll it out. …

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Basic schools re-open Tuesday-GES

All heads of public basic schools across the country have been directed by the Ghana Education Service (GES) to re-open school tomorrow, May 9, 2017.   This is to enable both the primary and Junior High Schools (JHS) to begin academic activities for the third term in the 2016/2017 academic …

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Graduate teachers boycott May Day parade

Members of the Coalition of Newly Recruited Graduate Teachers have refused to participate in the 2017 May Day celebrations. The teachers have embarked on this action in protest against stalled salaries, calling on government to ensure that their remuneration issues are addressed. The group in a statement expressed its “disappointment …

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SSNIT registration: NAGRAT begs for more time

The National Association of Graduate Teachers (NAGRAT) has asked for a month extension to allow its members the opportunity to biometrically register with the Social Security and National Insurance Trust (SSNIT). According to NAGRAT, there has never been an occasion where its members were told that the Controller and Accountant …

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