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Scholarship Secretariat interviews applicants in Bibiani-Anhwiaso-Bekwai

The Ghana Scholarship Secretariat has interviewed 275 applicants from various tertiary institutions in the Bibiani- Anhwiaso-Bekwai Bekwai Municipality for the award of the government...

Nabdam Assembly takes measures to increase revenue mobilisation

The Nabdam District Assembly in the Upper East Region has identified low revenue mobilization as one of its major challenges in executing development projects...

Colleges of education given financial boost

About 23 out of the 38 government teacher colleges of education have received the Fund, which is around GHâ‚¡ 5 million to implement ground-breaking...
Preparing teachers

Ghana: Preparing teachers for excellence in the classroom

Improvement planning is an integral part of quality assurance, leadership and institutional development in education. It creates the benchmark necessary for measuring high quality...
minister of education Prof. Jane Naana Opoku Agyeman

Education Minister Inaugurates 7 Councils Of Colleges

The seven Councils, who constitute important decision making bodies in their respective Colleges, would add up to 28 similar institutions that were inaugurated by...

Zambia launches teacher regulation initiative

Minister of General Education John Phiri said that teacher regulation through registration will enhance the provision of quality education for learners, which has been...
Technical University College of Tamale

TUCT working to meet requirements of National Accreditation Board

Naa Professor Arkitect Abubakr Al-Hassan, Principal of TUCT, who announced this during the college’s fourth congregation at Dungu, near Tamale, said TUCT had received...
National President of NUGS, Michael Paa- Quecy Adu

NUGS bemoans massive students withdrawal

The National Union of Ghana Students (NUGS) says it is deeply worried over the unprecedented massive withdrawal of students from some Colleges of Education...

Migrate us to tertiary status to pave way for new salaries – CETAG

Colleges of Education Teachers' Association of Ghana(CETAG) has expressed worried over the Fair Wages and Salaries Commission's (FWSC) deliberate delay in migrating them...
Wpid Prison

Twenty-eight prisoners to write school entrance exam in Nigeria

Twenty-eight prison inmates in Nigeria will write the 2015 tertiary schools entrance examination which began Tuesday in the West African country, an official said....

JCE holds Second Congregation

The Jackson College of Education (JCE) on Saturday held its Second Congregation in Kumasi with a call on the private sector to invest in...
Mr Aboagye Didieye

MP aids school children

The Member of Parliament (MP) for Afram Plains North, Mr Aboagye Didieye has distributed 10,000 exercise books worth GH?20,000 to a number of public...

Parents asked to take parenting responsibilities seriously

The Bishop of Winneba Diocese of the Methodist Church Ghana, Right Reverend Dr John Kweku Buaben Odoom has urged parents not to shun their...

Managerial skills for teachers welcomed

Mr Antwi-Boasiako Sekyere, Eastern Regional Minister, has proposed that teachers should be equipped with managerial skills to be better placed to produce qualified and...