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Sections Of Pre-Tertiary Educational Bill Deleted

The Education Ministry has deleted sections of the Pre-Tertiary Education Bill. The deleted sections have to do with the decentralization of the education service. A statement from the Ghana Education Service said the decision was taken after a meeting with the various unions within the education sector. The letter signed …

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‘Don’t Rush In Re-opening Schools’- Headmaster to Gov’t

Assistant Headmaster in charge of Academic, Apostle Safo School of Arts and Sciences at Awoshie Last Stop, Accra, Hughes Lartey, has cautioned the government against the re-opening of schools in the wake of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.   In his firm estimation, school children, especially those in the lower primary, …

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COVID-19: Teachers Reject Reopening Of Schools

Teachers Unions in Ghana have signalled their opposition to the reopening of schools amid the coronavirus pandemic. Information Minister, Kojo Oppong Nkrumah, had in a live Instagram chat, revealed that Government was considering reopening schools soon. In an Instagram live Q&A session with Ghanaians on Monday May 18, the Minister says, …

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Supreme Court annuls UEW Pro-V-C election

Ghana’s Supreme Court has annulled the election of Professor Andy Ofori-Binkorang as Pro-Vice-Chancellor of the University of Education, Winneba (UEW). Until his election, Professor Ofori-Binkorang was the Acting Dean of the Faculty of Foreign Languages and Communications. When Prof Ofori-Binkorang was appointed for elections, a lecturer of the UEW, Dr …

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