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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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NGO Frantomapa organizes Maths and Science Quiz

Frantomapa an established Non-governmental Organization (NGO) with the aim off seeing to the well fare of vulnerable young people and also promoting the under privileged in society in collaboration with Adenta municipal Assembly on Tuesday 28th March, 2017 organized a Maths and Science Quiz Competition for some selected Junior High …

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KumAca death toll hits 4

The Public Relations Officer of the Ashanti Regional Education Directorate, Cassandra Antwi has confirmed the death of another student of the Kumasi Academy SHS in what is suspected to be food poisoning. This has brought the number of lives lost to four. “We have a total of four,” she  told …

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University of Education students go on the rampage

Some students of the University of Education, Winneba, last Saturday night destroyed property worth millions of cedis belonging to the institution and an event manager. Numbering about 500, the students are said to have damaged the event manager’s entire entertainment equipment and removed some pavement blocks in the school to …

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