Tuesday, April 23, 2019

Ghana playing games with education – GNAT

The President of the Ghana National Association of Teachers (GNAT) Philippa Larson has criticized suggestion by the Education minister that government is considering providing secondary school graduates with diplomas. “It seems we are playing games...

Rejoinder: lapses in lecturers’ qualifications exposed

We have noted with regret the inaccuracies in the recent front-page publication by the Daily Graphic on the above subject. The publication dated February 4, 2019, purported to have been reported from the recent...

TAG appoints Chris Pilgrim as Chief Executive Officer

Transnational Academic Group (TAG), which owns and operates Lancaster University Ghana, is pleased to announce the appointment of Christopher (Chris) Pilgrim as CEO - West Africa effective 1st February 2019. With over 27 years of...

Landlord locks up Akyemansa GES office over rent

The Akyemansa District Office of the Ghana Education Service (GES) was locked up Monday Morning by an angry landlord over non- payment of rent. The action rendered the staff stranded. District Mock examination papers which...

E/R: 50 students of Mampong PRESEC displaced

About 50 students of Akuapem Mampong Presbyterian Senior High School have been displaced after their classroom was ripped off by a rainstorm. The incident has interrupted the academic exercise of the students preparing to write...

Lapses in lecturers’ qualifications exposed

A staff audit of the technical universities conducted by the National Council for Tertiary Education (NCTE) has exposed anomalies in the teaching and administrative procedures in the institutions. The audit was carried out with the...

‘Ghanaian leaders lack creative mindset to solve economic challenges’

Founding President and executive dean of Noble intentional school, Prof. Kwaku Atuahene-Gima has accused Ghanaian leaders of lacking creative mindset when it comes to dealing with current economic challenges facing the country. He said most...

Gov’t no longer accruing arrears owed teachers – Akufo-addo

President Akufo-Addo says his government is clearing all accrued arrears owed teachers between 2013 and 2016. “Presently, Government is no longer accruing arrears. We are putting in place measures to ensure that this situation does...

Nsowah-Nuamah appointed as President of Dominion University College

One of Ghana’s most prestigious tertiary institutions, Dominion University College has appointed Professor Nicolas N. N. Nsowah-Nuamah as its President over the next four years. Born on September 27, 1956, at Nkotumso, Dunkwa on-offin in...

Aburi PRESEC: Dining hall turned to classroom, GETFUND projects abandoned

About four-hundred (400) students of Aburi Presbyterian Senior High Technical School do not have desks in their classrooms and must either perch with someone or lean against the wall to learn in a situation...

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