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Conti, Katanga to petition Otumfuo over mixed hall conversion

Conti, Katanga to petition Otumfuo over mixed hall conversion

Students, alumni and associates of the University Hall also known as Katanga and Unity Hall also known as Conti, of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST), will be presenting a petition on Friday, 17 August 2018, to

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Teacher licensure exams not cancelled – NTC

Teacher licensure exams not cancelled – NTC

The Executive Secretary of the National Teaching Council (NTC), Dr Evelyn Oduro, has asked the general public to disregard publications that the Ghana Teaching Licensure Examination has been cancelled.According to her, the examination still holds and will take place as

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Jail for Burundi head teacher busted sitting student’s exam

Jail for Burundi head teacher busted sitting student’s exam

Benjamin Manirambona said he was writing the exam on behalf of a soldier who had been deployed to Somalia A court in Burundi has sentenced a head teacher to five years in prison for trying to disguise himself as a

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UEW Vice-Chancellor, 4 others sacked

UEW Vice-Chancellor, 4 others sacked

Professor Mawutor Avoke, Vice-Chancellor of the University of Education, Winneba, has been removed from office by the Governing Council of the university.Four other principal officers of the institution: Finance Officer Dr. Theophilus Senyo Ackorlie; Daniel Tetteh, Mary Dzimey and Frank

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2 KNUST students drown in Germany

2 KNUST students drown in Germany

The Daily Guide reports that two students of the University of Science and Technology (KNUST) have drowned in a man-made lake near the Munich Airport in Germany. William Emmanuel Lartey and Akwesi Abbey are said to have gone swimming in the

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List of 400 Senior High Schools released for double track system

List of 400 Senior High Schools released for double track system

The government has released a list of Senior High Schools that will be captured under the much-touted double-track system of enrollment. Beginning September 2018, some second cycle schools in Ghana will run a semester module as part of moves to

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Global Evangelical Church urges stakeholders input into double track policy

Global Evangelical Church urges stakeholders input into double track policy

The 2018 Synod of the Global Evangelical Church has ended with a call on Government to engage relevant stakeholders to gather adequate input to ensure the effective implementation of the “Double Track” policy. The Synod in a four-point communiqué commended

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Govt releases full list of 400 schools to operate double-track

Govt releases full list of 400 schools to operate double-track

Government has released the list of all 400 Senior High Schools to operate the double-track system from September this year. The list, published here, gives a strong indication of government’s resolve to implement the new system amid concerns. The double-track, according

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GNAT fights NPRA over pensions; threatens strike after 72hrs

GNAT fights NPRA over pensions; threatens strike after 72hrs

The Ghana National Association of Teachers (GNAT) has given the National Pensions Regulatory Authority (NPRA) a 72-hour ultimatum to release its share of the 80-month contribution, failure of which it will embark on strike. The teachers claim NPRA has turned

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Ghanaian teachers to compete in Global Teacher Prize

Ghanaian teachers to compete in Global Teacher Prize

Minister in charge of General Education, Yaw Adutwum, on Monday, announced that this year’s winner of the Ghana Teacher Prize will compete for the Global Teacher Prize in Dubai. He said the Global Teacher Prize was set up to recognise

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