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GES releases capitation grant for schools

The Ghana Education Service (GES) has announced the release of the base capitation grant for schools for 2018/2019 tranche. In...

Gov’t has recruited 59,000 teachers since 2017 – Education Minister

Education Minister, Dr. Matthew Opoku Prempeh, has described the era of President Akufo-Addo, as the best time to study in Ghana. According to...

Inside story: How Presec, St. Augustine, St Peters got to NSMQ finals

The nine finalists of the 2019 National Science and Maths Quiz have been speaking ahead of the grand finale scheduled for Thursday, July...

EOCO to investigate Sekyere East School Feeding rot

The Economic and Organised Crime Office (EOCO) is set to investigate alleged misappropriation of funds meant for School Feeding Programme in the...

Procure exams print with price quotation — GES

Heads of basic schools in the country have been directed to use price quotations for the printing of the end of academic...

Photos: Afia Pokua’s Vim Foundation donates to Jacobu Methodist School

Afia Pokua of Adom FM, who is the founder of Vim Foundation, by way of putting smiles on the faces of pupils...

Lack of furniture, classrooms force Walewale pupils to sit on stones

Pupils of Gbeo M /A Primary School in the Mamprusi West Municipality of the North East region are now compelled to sit...

Oti region: Snakes force pupils, teachers out of class

The Chinekope District Assembly primary school built by the community in 2005, is housed in a very dilapidated structure built with mud.

AIBF Literary Awards renamed in honour of Ghanaian poet, Prof Lade Wosornu

The annual literary awards organised by the Accra International Book Festival (AIBF) is to be named after retired Ghanaian surgeon and poet,...

Photos: School’s torn roofing sheet scares pupils and teachers

Pupils and teachers at Kaneshie North Compound Basic School in the Greater Accra region live in fear as the school’s roof is...

Eye villages – Chancellor to graduates

The Chancellor of Baldwin University College, Dr Akwasi Achampong has cautioned graduates of his university to move to their regions of origin and villages...

GES to roll out decentralisation policy to monitor workers

Upper West Regional Director of Ghana Education Service (GES), Duncan Nsoh, has said the education governing body would soon introduce a programme...

Photos: Nine-year-old girl cries to Akufo- Addo over dilapidated school

A nine-year-old pupil of Ntom R/C Basic School in the Upper Denkyira West District in the Central region has made an appeal...
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Video: Fabewoso: Over 2 billion paid to ‘ghost schools’ under School Feeding

'Fabewoso', the anti-corruption segment on Adom FM’s morning show, Dwaso Nsem has once again uncovered massive rot in the Ghana School Feeding...

OLA Girls caught on camera drinking alcohol [Video]

Authorities of the OLA Girls Senior High School in Ho have set up a committee to investigate some students caught on camera...

Keta municipal basic schools to write exams on the chalkboard

Basic Schools in the Keta, Ketu South and the Anloga Municipalities/Districts shall write their Third Term Examinations on chalkboards.

Audio: Drug Abuse: SHS students now mixing ‘shito’ with weed – NACOB

A lot of students are consuming cannabis through their hot pepper sauce (shito) in school, the Narcotics Control...

Accra Children’s Book Festival set to boost reading culture in Ghana

The Accra Children’s Book Festival (ACBF) 2019 is expected to boost the culture of reading among Ghanaian children. The Book...

Photos+Audio: Abandoned classroom building rots as pupils learn under cocoa sheds with goats

Pupils of Agona Bosompa M/A school near Agona Nyarkrom in the Agona West Municipality of the Central region...

UGSRC requests “Forensic Audit” on the University of Ghana Enterprise Limited Halls (UGEL)

The Students’ Representative Council (SRC) of the University of Ghana has put management on the spotlight by demanding for ‘proper’ account on the four...