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11 December 2017

GES Consoles Parents Of KUMACA

The Ghana Education Service (GES) has expressed its condolences to the parents and families of the deceased students of the Kumasi Academy.A statement issued by the GES and signed by the Director of Public Relations, Rev Jonathan Bettey said, “The Service is shocked and saddened at the report from the school over some eleven students having lost their lives with over forty others hospitalised and made to seek medical attention.”“We are, by this statement, registering our grief over the development and assuring all parents and members of the general public of our resolve to work with other relevant agencies and...

05 December 2017

Govt To Introduce Computer Programming In Education Curricula

From next academic year, the government intends to make computer programming part of the curriculum at all levels of education.That is meant to empower students of all ages to develop applications that can help provide solutions to the country’s information and communications technology (ICT) needs, the Minister of Communications, Mrs Ursula Owusu-Ekuful, has announced.She said the Ministry of Communications was actively working alongside the Ministry of Education to make institutionalisation of coding possible, as that would give children the opportunity to experience a new world at a very early age.“Institutionalisation of coding will give children the chance to compete with...

GNAT Warns GES Against Wrongful Transfers
27 November 2017

GNAT Warns GES Against Wrongful Transfers

  The Ghana National Association of Teachers (GNAT), has expressed unhappiness about the manner in which the Ghana Education Service (GES) was transferring teachers without their transfer grants.The Association said it continued to receive complaints from teachers that they were being compelled to fill a “weaver of T and T” form to go on transfer, while they had not made any request to be transferred. The situation GNAT viewed as a blatant violation of the collective agreement and the regulations governing transfers, adding that “transfers must be done with all humility and fairness”.Consequently, GNAT has sounded a word of caution...

20 November 2017

New Education Policy Coming

Government plans to roll out new educational reforms with special focus on Science, Technical, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM).President Akufo-Addo, who made the announcement, believes this will help achieve his government’s initial target of 60% science students in the country’s technical institutions.He made this known on Saturday during a convocation and graduation ceremony at All Nations University College in Koforidua, the Eastern Regional capital.He reiterated his government’s commitment to increasing the funding for research and development (R D), indicating that in the short to medium term, one per cent of GDP would be devoted for that purpose.Eventually, President Akufo-Addo...

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