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BLUE SKIES: Award Presentation To Winners Of School Farm Competition 2018

On Thursday February 7 2019 at the premises of Blue Skies Company in Nsawam, there was a presentation of awards to the winners of the keen school farm competition 2018 where the various schools that competed were highly resourced but Koforidua Asokore SDA SHS emerged winners with respect to the SHS category while the Chinto L/A J.H.S. also emerged winners in the basic school category and each school went home with 5 Desktop Computers.

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Education Ministry denies reports of plan to issue diplomas to JHS graduates

The Ministry of Education has denied that junior high school graduates in the country will be issued with diploma certificates.

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Otumfuo endorses ‘Conti, Katanga’ conversion

The Asantehene, Otumfuo Osei Tutu II has endorsed the decision to convert all single-sex halls in Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) to unisex.

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Over 200 students without classrooms exposed to bee attack in Bongo

A basic school in Bongo, a district in the Upper East region, is in distress as over 200 schoolchildren without classrooms are said to be exposed to serial attacks from angered bees.

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Only 2% Of SHS Graduates Prefer Entrepreneurship – Minister

Only two per cent of senior high school (SHS) students in the country are willing to venture into self-built enterprises after school, the Minister of Business Development, Dr Ibrahim Mohammed Awal, has disclosed.

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‘We Are Not Criminals’ – Teacher Unions Fire Back At Prof Adei

Some teachers unions in the country have condemned comments attributed to former Rector of the Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration (GIMPA), Prof Stephen Adei, who is reported to have described pupil teachers as criminals.

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Sack Adei As NDPC Chairman – NAGRAT

Members of the National Association of Graduate Teachers (NAGRAT) have called on the government to relieve Prof. Stephen Adei, former rector of the Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration, (GIMPA), of the position of Chairman of the National Development Planning Commission (NDPC) “since his pronouncements and tantrums offends the sensibilities of hard-working Ghanaian teachers.”

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Former GIMPA Dean speaks at Oxford

The immediate past Dean of the GIMPA Law School Dr. Kofi Abotsi is billed to deliver a rare lecture at the Oxford University Diplomatic Studies Programme.

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MP to organise vacation classes for ‘Double Track’ SHS students

The Member of Parliament for the Ellembele in the Western Region, Emmanuel Armah-Kofi Buah is set to open the much awaited vacation classes for Senior High School students within the constituency.

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Doctor commended for ‘teaching’ patient on admission to prepare for BECE

When a young patient, Caleb Giftan, insisted on taking his books to the hospital ward, little did he know that he will get a qualified medical doctor to teach him science.

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