Friday , August 6 2021

Education

THE EFFECTS OF NEW CHANGES TRANSFER AND POSTINGS OF SENIOR POLICE OFFICERS

THE EFFECTS OF NEW CHANGES TRANSFER AND POSTINGS OF SENIOR POLICE OFFICERS OF DSP EFFIA TENGE AND ACP KWASI FORI COMES AFTER THE ACTING INSPECTOR GENERAL OF POLICE (IGP) COP DR GEORGE AKUFFO DAMPARE TOOK OVER OFFICE EFFECTS NEW CHANGES Recently, the effects of new changes transfer and postings of …

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THE RESIST OVER HIGH COST OF PRIVATE HOSTEL IN THE UNIVERSITIES

HOW LANDLORDS EXTORT TOO HIGH MONEY FROM UNIVERSITY STUDENTS THROUGH HOSTEL RENTS Currently, The resist over high cost of private hostel in the universities, has been expressed on how students are being drained, hence in finding hostel to continue their academic duties. Meanwhile Landlords have increased their facilities prices, besides, …

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Bulldog reveals why music group VIP broke up [Video]

Bulldog

Artiste manager, Lawrence Asiamah Hanson, popularly known as Bulldog, has rubbished claims that defunct music group VIP broke up due to funds. In an interview on Joy FM’s Showbiz A-Z, Bulldog said the group members went their separate ways because they were bored at a point. Vision in Progress (VIP) was …

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Prof Nana Aba Amfo named Acting Vice-Chancellor of the University of Ghana

Prof Nana Aba Appiah Amfo

Prof Nana Aba Appiah Amfo has been appointed the Acting Vice-Chancellor of the University of Ghana (Legon), effective August 1, 2021. Prof Amfo, until her appointment, was the Pro-Vice-Chancellor in charge of Academic and Students Affairs at the University. Her appointment was announced in a statement signed by the Registrar of the …

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NAGRAT demands more details on COVID-19 situation in schools

NAGRAT

The National Association of Graduate Teachers (NAGRAT) has called for more details on the Covid-19 situation in schools. The call comes on the back of advice by the Ghana Health Service (GHS) to the Ghana Education Service (GES) not to allow students embark on a planned mid-term break due to …

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COVID-19: Achimota School records 135 cases

Achimota School

Some 135 students of Achimota School have tested positive for Covid-19, with most cases said to be the new Delta variant. According to the Director-General of the Ghana Health Service (GHS), Dr Patrick Kuma Aboagye, the first three cases were detected in some students between June 14 and 16 this …

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Removing GES from WAEC’s governing committee will create problems – Aheto-Tsegah

WAEC

A former Director-General of the Ghana Education Service (GES), Charles Aheto-Tsegah, believes divorcing the Ghana Education Service (GES) from the West African Examination Council (WAEC) governing committee, as recommended by the Africa Education Watch, will create a lot of problems. As part of twelve recommendations proffered by the education think …

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PRIVATE SCHOOL CALLS FOR GOVERNMENT SUPPORT

Private schools

The founder of the Vicar Trust Foundation School has called on Government to support private schools with funding to retain most of the teachers. According to Mr. Peter Mckeown Anyetei, the founder of Vicar Trust Foundation School said most teachers stopped teaching after COVID-19. This was due to the inability …

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