Friday , October 30 2020

Education

GHANA MARKS WORLD TELEVISION DAY

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World Television Day is a day proclaimed by the UN General Assembly every November 21, as World  Television Day. 1996 November 21, is the first day the UN general assembly marked World Television Day and also this is the day the United Nations  U.N commemorated the first world TV forum …

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PAWA DECORATES PRESIDENT WITH NOBLE PATRON OF THE ART AWARD

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The Pan-African Writers Association (PAWA) has awarded President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo with the Noble Patron of the Art Award for his interest and contribution to arts.                                                …

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Empowering the girl-child is critical to Africa’s development – President

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The President, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo Addo, has said empowering the girl-child in Africa is critical to the development of the continent. “Women and girls account for 51 percent of the population of Ghana and same across the continent, therefore, empowering them is critical to speeding up Africa’s progress,” he …

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Government faces demonstration over Free SHS

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Government has been warned against any attempt to use state funds to cushion businesses owned by individual and private entities following complaints by heads of private Senior High Schools (SHS) in the country. “If the government heeds to their demand and use our money to subsidize private Senior High Schools, …

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LEBANESE AMBASSADOR TO GHANA AWARDS SCHOLARSHIPS TO 20 GIJ STUDENTS

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The Lebanese Ambassador to Ghana, His Excellency Ali H. Halabi, on behalf of Lebanese community awarded scholarships to about 20 students of the Ghana Institute of Journalism (GIJ) on Tuesday, 5th September, 2017 at GIJ. The motive behind this award is to impact live, put smiles on the faces of …

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FREE SHS PLACEMENT: MINISTER URGES PARENTS TO REMAIN CALM

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The Deputy Minister of Education in charge of pre-Tertiary Education, Dr. Yaw Osei Adutwum, has assured parents that no Ghanaian child will be excluded from this year’s free senior high school education. He hinted that 50% out of the total number of students qualified have so far been placed to …

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TAKE YOUR STUDIES SERIOUS- OKAI KOI CENTRAL MP TO CHILDREN

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The Member of Parliament (MP) for the Okai-Koi Central Constituency in the Greater Accra Region, Patrick yaw Boamah, has advised children to take their studies serious to prevent monies spent on them from going wasted. The MP noted that children are the future leaders of the country and there is …

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Don’t pay fees – Ministry of Education cautions parents

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MINISTRY of Education (MoE) has cautioned parents whose wards have qualified for the 2017 Senior High School (SHS) academic programme not to pay school fees to heads of institutions. The caution, according to the deputy Education Minister, Dr. Yaw Osei Adutwum, has become necessary because government was taking care of …

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TEACHERS’ ASSOCIATION BACKS GOVERNMENT ON LICENSING EXAM

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A teachers’ association called All Teachers Alliance Ghana(ATAG), has confirmed its support for the teachers’ licensing exams to be introduced. I a statement issued by the association and copied to Pinkfmonlinegh.com, the group stated however, that it will ensure that,”teachers are not put into disrepute” Read full statement below: *ALL …

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