Category: Education

Madina Kindergarten School Project Takes Off

Madina Kindergarten School Project Takes Off

The Chief of Madina, Alhaji Baba Seidu on Friday cut the sod for the construction of a four-unit kindergarten block, for the Madina cluster of schools. The project initiated by the chief and estimated to cost GH¢90,000 is expected to be completed in six months. The facility, which is being jointly funded by the chief and the La-Nkwantanang-Madina Municipal Assembly, […]

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GTUC Undergoes Rebranding

GTUC Undergoes Rebranding

The Ghana Telecom University College has changed its name to “Ghana Technology University College (GTUC).” The change is part of a rebranding exercise embarked on by the College towards promoting educational excellence in the sub-region. 

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AUCC Embarks On Expansion Drive

AUCC Embarks On Expansion Drive

The African University College of Communication (AUCC), has embarked on an expansion drive aimed providing quality knowledge in communication and business education to more people across the country and the continent. As part of the drive, the college is to launch its distance learning programme to provide online access to its courses. In addition, the college is to open a […]

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Flober School Holds Speech Day

The Flober School at Adenta in the Greater Accra Region has held its seventh Speech and Prize- Giving Day with an appeal to parents to inculcate societal, and religious values into their children. Speaking on the theme, Train up a child the way he/she should go, the Head of Corporate Finance and Research of State Insurance Company, Mrs. Alice Osei […]

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Apam Police Women Fight Truancy

Police women at Apam have decided to arrest any school girl found on the streets during school hours, as part of efforts to promote girl-child education in the area. Inspector Salomey Nunoo of the Apam Police Station, said this at a sensitisation durbar of residents at Apam. The durbar was part of activities held by the Gomoa West branch of the […]

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Kwabre SHS Secures Getfund Projects

Government is spending GH¢4million from the Ghana Education Trust Fund (GETFund) on the construction of infrastructural projects for the Kwabre Senior High School (SHS) at Akuma, in the Nkoranza municipality. The projects include separate boys and girls dormitories, four staff bungalows, a dining hall with kitchen attached, an administration block, and a two-storey classroom block. Mr. Samuel Okyere, headmaster of the […]

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Bobikuma ICT Centre Goes Waste

Bobikuma ICT Centre Goes Waste

More than a year since the Second Lady, Mrs Matilda Amissah-Arthur, and the former Central Regional Minister, Mr Samuel Sarpong, inaugurated the Lower Bobikuma ICT Center, the facility is lying idle. This is because assignments given to the Agona West Municipal Assembly and the Municipal Education Office on the ICT Centre are yet to be carried out.

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Boana JHS Teachers Applauded

Teachers of Boana District Assembly Junior High School have been commended for the school’s achievement of a 100 per cent passed in this year’s Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE). The school presented 23 candidates comprising nine boys and 14 girls, all of whom passed and   qualified for admission into the Senior High Schools (SHS).

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MDE Calls For Concerted Efforts On Education

Mr. Godfred Axolu, Nkoranza Municipal Director of Education, has called for more collaboration among stakeholders in education towards achieving quality education in the area. According to him, the provision of quality education for the youth depended on the collaborative efforts of all stakeholders. He said there was the need for parents and teachers to collaborate to promote discipline to enhance […]

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Autonomy For Endowed Shss Advocated

Autonomy For Endowed Shss Advocated

Joel Edmund Nettey, President of the Advertising Association of Ghana (AAG), has called on government to grant autonomy to well-endowed Senior High Schools (SHS) in the country. That, he believed, would improve the quality of education at the second-cycle level. “Let’s not play the ostrich with what is happening to our educational system. To put it simply, it is dying, […]

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