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RE: MAJORITY OF GHANAIANS UNABLE TO COMPLETE SECONDARY EDUCATION – UNESCO REPORT
EXPANSION AND DEVELOPMENT OF EXISTING SENIOR HIGH SCHOOLS PROJECT
The Ministry of Education announces for the benefit of the general public especially graduates from both Public and Private Colleges of Education that postings for all 16,432 newly trained teachers are ready.
The Computerised School Selection and Placement System (CSSPS) of Ghana Education Service (GES) has commenced preparations towards this year’s school selection and placement exercise.
The Education Act, 2008, Act 778 provides for the establishment of an educational system that would produce well balanced individuals with the requisite knowledge, skills, values, aptitudes and attitudes to become functional and productive citizens for the total development and democratic advancement of the nation.
The attention of the Ministry of Education has been drawn to public discourse in sections of the media as regards a supposed Primary 1 textbook titled "Natural Science for Primary Schools” written and published by one Prof. Albert Joseph Quarm which claims in an illustration that the head is used for carrying objects.
Government has initiated steps for the smooth takeover of the Ghana Technology (Telecom) University College (GTUC) from Vodafone Ghana Limited. The process forms part of the transfer of assets under the GoG/Vodafone/Ghana Telecom Re-Engagement Agreement signed in 2012.
The West Africa Senior Secondary Certificate Examination (WASSCE), are with us again, and it is now your turn to write them.
The Minister for Education, Professor Naana Jane Opoku-Agyemang, has urged United Nations (UN) Agencies working in Ghana, to endeavour to know the priority needs of Ministries, Departments and Agencies (MDAs) to enable them provide resources that will meet those needs.
The High Commissioner of Singapore and the Ambassador of Mexico to Ghana, Dileep NAIR and Maria de los ARRIOLA AGUIRRE, yesterday paid their respective courtesy calls on the Deputy Minister of Education in-charge of Tertiary Education, Hon. Samuel Okudjeto Ablakwa, to introduce themselves and discuss bilateral issues that would further strenghen the already existing cordial relations between their countries and Ghana.
"New Policies, Actions, and Solutions for Basic Knowledge, Literacies and Understanding"
Conference of Heads of Assisted Secondary Schools (CHASS) has been tasked by the Government to conduct a three-year analysis of the results of senior high schools (SHSs) throughout the country.
19th Conference of Commonwealth Education Ministers (19CCEM)
RESPONSE TO THE ISSUES RAISED BY THE COALITION OF CONCERNED TEACHERS AT A PRESS CONFERENCE HELD ON 27TH MAY, 2015
GHANA’S EDUCATION REMAINS STRONG AND MAKING GAINS
No Change In Government Policy On Utility Bills
Ministry of Education Call on Basic School Heads To Charge Approved BECE Fees
Minister Pays Unannounced Visit To Selected Community S.H.S Project Sites
Press Release
Adonten SHS Student Wins FAWE Science Competition For African Girls
Presentation at the Meet-The Press
Effort to streamline school fees
Cessation of private tutoring in SHS and Technical Institutions
Approved Fees For Senior High /TECHNICAL Schools For 2014 / 2015 Academic Year