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Consider Designing A One-Year Top-Up For Diploma Teachers

I guess I have to add my voice to the call. Over the years, efforts have been made to transform teacher education to align with the changing educational demands and improve learning outcomes at the basic schools. Teacher Training Colleges now colleges of education are institutions established to meet the …

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KNUST student electrocuted in bathroom

A final year student of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) has died through electrocution in her apartment, reports Dailymailgh. Bernice Akyeama Baah, a Metallurgical Engineering student, was about showering in her rented Ayeduase apartment when the incident occurred at about 8.30pm Wednesday. She was discovered unconscious and was rushed to …

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Coronavirus: WASSCE put on hold until further notice

The West African Examination Council (WAEC), has suspended the 2020 West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) timetable until further notice. The examination body further directed that the conduct of WASSCE candidates be put on hold until further notice. A statement issued said the directives “will be reviewed” when the …

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Information officers school on coronavirus

A day’s training workshop on the Covid-19 has been organized for regional information officers (RIOs) of the Information Services Department in Accra. Organized by the Ministry of Information in collaboration with the Ghana Health Services (GHS), it was to equip the officers with the requisite knowledge and techniques for disseminating …

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Covid-19: Legon suspends lectures

The University of Ghana has suspended lecturers for graduate student following the confirmation of cases of coronavirus in Ghana. In a memo the executive council of the university said: “All Lectures have been suspended by the Executive Council of the University until further notice. We encourage all students to be …

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Monday is not a holiday for schools -GES

The Ghana Education Service has stated that Monday March 9, 2020 is not a holiday for schools. Prof. Kwasi Opoku Amankwa, Director-General of the Service in a statement said teachers and students are to resume school and active academic work after the Independence Day celebration on Monday, March 9, 2020.A …

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