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Summary of Loans Granted - Teachers Fund
14 September 2017

Summary of Loans Granted - Teachers Fund

11 September 2017

Deadline For SHS Placements Extended To September 30

The Ministry of Education has extended the deadline for the placement of students in Senior High Schools (SHS) to September 30, 2017.The Minister of Education, Dr Mathew Opoku Prempeh made this known in a statement issued on Friday evening."The deadline for accessing the internet to complete the Computerised School Selection Placement System (CSSPS) process has been extended to the end of September 2017.""The website for accessing the placement is www.cssps.gov.gh "The Ministry assures parents and guardians that no child who qualified to be placed in a public senior high school, will be left behind. Thank you for your patience and support," the statement...

Studying 10 Subjects At Basic School Is Academic Torture – GNAT Charges
04 September 2017

Studying 10 Subjects At Basic School Is Academic Torture – GNAT Charges

General Secretary of Ghana National Association of Teachers (GNAT), David Ofori Acheampong has also condemned the examinable nine or ten subjects studied by pupils of the basic school, describing it as “academic torture”According to him, such a call is needed and long overdue. For that matter the country needs a national agenda for education and decide on what exactly is good for our students and not let children who between the ages of six and twelve learn 9,10,11 subjects.Mr. Acheampong, submitted this at Greater Accra GNAT’s 5th Quadrennial Regional Delegates Conference under the theme “Transforming Societies Through Education Under the...

We are not afraid of exams – GNAT
24 August 2017

We are not afraid of exams – GNAT

Mr David Ofori Acheampong, the General Secretary of Ghana National Association of Teachers has stated that their members are ready for any exams for licensing. “We are not against exams, but we want the right thing to be done, the modalities for the licensing should be spelt out and that the institution of state must work according to plan,” he added. He made the remarks in an interview with the Ghana News Agency in Accra at the sidelines of the fifth Quadrennial Regional Delegates Conference of the Greater Accra Ghana National Association of Teachers. The conference was on the theme, “Transforming Societies through...

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