The minister, who was speaking on Adom TV’s morning show “Badwam” on Tuesday noted that his ministry is going to continue giving 30 percent of SHS admissions to students with poor backgrounds and poor grades, especially in good schools to help them improve on their academics. He said the schools’ ability to turn round the poor grades of these students ...Read More »
A lecturer at All Star Media College Mr Philip Gbormita has charged graduates to exhibit journalistic ethics when they enter the field. ‘’The school has gone far in terms of delivery of information or impacting knowledge into the people, because day in and day out we ensure that we move a top notch high, so you really witness some of ...Read More »
THE GA SOUTH PRIVATE SCHOOL HEADS ASSOCIATION LAMENTS OVER GOVERNMENT INCREMENT ON REGISTRATION FEE FOR B.E.C.E.
The Ga south private schools heads Association in the Greater Accra Region have expressed worry over why government has increased registration fee for Basic Education Certificate Examination (B.E.C.E) to 30% and yet public schools are told not to pay anything. Speaking to Amanie News, the secretary of Ga south private schools Heads Association, Mr. Christian Popolampo says Government should support ...Read More »
President of the Conference of Assisted Senior High Schools, Cecilia Kwakye Coffie has mentioned that Senior High Schools are likely to close soon as a result of unavailability of funds. According to her, schools are in dire need of financial assistance which could lead to schools closing early if these needs are not met soon. She mentioned that all efforts ...Read More »
The National Union of Ghana Students (NUGS) has elected new national officers today November 21, 2017 at the Methodist University College, Ghana – Dansoman Campus to steer the affairs of the Union next year. The election of the new leadership board for the National Union of Ghana Students was supervised by the Electoral Commission. At the 51st Annual Residential Delegates ...Read More »