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Police fire teargas to disperse protesting UEW students in Winneba

  Police fire teargas to disperse protesting UEW students in Winneba 186 Shares Share The police have resorted to the use of teargas to disperse some protesting students of the University of Education, Winneba (UEW). The students were protesting what they say were discrepancies in their results as posted on …

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Chaos at UEW as final year students hold lecturers hostage

  There is chaos on the campus of the University of Education, Winneba (UEW) as final year students hold lecturers hostage. According to reports, the aggrieved students have blocked all access routes to the school over discrepancies in their examination results. They claim the results as posted on the university’s …

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WAEC ‘disowns’ Bolgatanga, Bawku Technical Institutes

  by;brightwebtv/nana asare barimah The West Africa Examination Council (WAEC) has said it cannot take responsibility for the violence that erupted at the Bawku and Bolgatanga Technical Institutes. This, according to the Head of Public Affairs, Agnes Teye-Cudjoe, is because they are not the supervisory body. “WAEC supervises WASSCE which …

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SHSs suspend participation in NSMQ, other extracurricular activities

  By;brightwebtv/nana asare Education Minister Dr Yaw Osei Adutwum Senior High Schools across the country will not participate in the National Science and Maths Quiz (NMSQ) until further notice. The Conference of Assisted Secondary Schools (CHASS), which announced this said, inter-school sports and debate competitions and other extra-curricular activities have …

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Provide COLA or face our wrath – GNAT tells govt

  by;brightwebtv/nana asare barimah President of the Ghana National Association of Teachers, (GNAT), Rev Isaac Owusu has said the association is going by its June 30 deadline for Cost of Living Allowances (COLA) to be paid to workers. He said this while speaking at the GNAT Investment Forum held at …

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NAGRAT threatens strike over unpaid allowances

  By;brightwebtv/nana asare barimah The Greater Accra Regional Secretariat of the National Association of Graduate Teachers (NAGRAT) has served notice it will lay down its tools if government fails to pay 20 percent of their salaries as Cost Of Living Allowance (COLA). The Association says the increased cost of living …

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No loan guarantor policy for tertiary students approved – Adutwum

  By: brightwebtv/Nana asare barimah President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has given approval for the introduction of the no guarantor policy in tertiary institutions to allow students easily access loans for their education, the Minister of Education, Yaw Adutwum has said. This follows the deferral of over 6,000 students of …

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Teachers display New Uniforms on Social Media amidst Controversies

  EducationGhana| April 10| Teachers display New Uniforms on Social Media amidst Controversies : Public Basic School Teachers in Ghana have displayed their alleged uniforms on social media to attract public debate.   Though there are no facts as to whether the uniform was from the Ghana Education Service 9GES) or a uniform of …

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Basic school textbooks coming in March – MoE

By:brightwebtv /Nana asare barimah Kwesi Kwarteng, PRO, MoE The Ministry of Education has allayed fears of teachers and parents over the delays in the provision of textbooks for the smooth running of education at the basic level in the country.  According to the Ministry, the textbooks will be released to …

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Appointment Letters For Successful Teacher Trainees Out

By:brightwebtv/Nana asare barimah The Ministry of Education (MoE) has notified successfully trained teachers to visit the ministry’s website to access their appointment letters for further processing at their various educational directorates. The successfully trained teachers are the ones who, according to the MoE, completed and passed the public Colleges of …

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Double-Track System Abolished – Deputy Education Minister

  By:brightwebtv/Nana asare Deputy Education Minister, Rev. Hon. Ntim Fordjour, has disclosed that the double-track system of the free Senior High School policy has been abolished. According to him, there will no longer be red, yellow, and green tracks as it was previously. Hon Ntim Fordjour, however, pointed out that …

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