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Rebecca Launches ‘Year of Reading’

First Lady Rebecca Akufo-Addo has declared 2019 as the ‘Year of Reading’, stressing that knowledge can only be acquired through reading. Speaking at the launch of activities to kick-start the ‘Year of Reading’ by Ghana Library Authority (GLA), Mrs. Akufo-Addo said, “We have no option as a country than to …

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284 fail Professional law exams, 177 referred; 64 pass

284 students who took the professional law exams last year are to repeat the entire program because they failed. Another 177 were referred in various papers, Starr News has gathered. The students failed mostly in Family law, Evidence and Advocacy. So far, only 64 students are known to have successfully …

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Double Track Teachers Threaten Demo Over Unpaid Salaries

Members of the Coalition of Double Track Teachers (CDTT), have vowed to hit the streets to demand for their salary arrears. In the letter signed by the general Secretary of the Coalition, Isaac Kobina Ansah, the members of CDTT indicated that the government after posting them to several institutions in …

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Read Ghana Foundation Becomes Literacy Ambassadors

Everyone who struggles with reading and writing could develop adequate literacy skills given the right and needed support. On behalf of the leadership and the entire membership of Read Ghana Foundation, we are pleased to inform the public that, the name of our NGO has been changed from Read Ghana …

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Renaming of Ho Technical University put on hold – Registrar

Contrary to the fears that plans are being advanced to rename the Ho Technical University after the late Dr. Ephraim Amu, Registrar for the institution and secretary to the institution’s Governing Council, Dr. Christopher Amehoe says they are doing no such thing. According to Dr. Amehoe, the renaming process had been …

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Free SHS helpful but … – GNECC

The Free Senior High School programme being implemented by the Akufo-Addo-led government has succeeded in increasing enrolment by 100,000 students since 2017, a sign that more Ghanaian children are receiving second cycle education, the Ghana National Education Campaign Coalition (GNECC), has said.According to the policy research organisation, Free SHS has …

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