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Why gov’t must include private schools in free SHS policy

The former South African President, Nelson Mandela said: “Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world”. On 1st September 2017, the NPP government led by President Nana Addo Danquah Akufo-Addo rolled out a policy that saw the 2017/2018 academic year Senior High School entrants …

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‘Africa Integras peddling falsehood over concession agreement’ – UG

The University of Ghana has responded to claims by CEO of Africa Integras, Andrea Pizziconi, that the University was deliberately sabotaging a concession agreement between the company and the school. The management of the university says it is ‘urgently investigating’ the claims. Responding to a series of media reports on …

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10-member delegation in China to discuss dev’t, quality education

A ten-member high-powered government delegation led by Professor Kwesi Yankah, Minister of State in charge of Tertiary Education, is in the People’s Republic of China to discuss issues on development and quality education. The delegation, made up of representatives of educational and stakeholder institutions in Ghana are currently holding official …

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Boozing OLA Girls’ students asked to go and sin no more

The six students of the OLA Girls’ Senior High School, Ho, who engaged in a boozing spree on campus immediately after writing their final WASSCE papers, have apologised to the school authorities for their misconduct. This was after they appeared before a disciplinary committee of the school on July 1, …

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GSTS pick last semifinal spot; Tadisco, Obuasi SHTS out

One-time winners, GSTS have made it to the semifinal of the ongoing National Science and Maths quiz. The Takoradi-based school proved the mightiest of the three schools that competed in the last quarterfinal contest which took place Saturday evening. Despite scoring only 26 points at the end of the five …

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Defending champions, St Peter’s dump Kpasec, T.I. Amass

The defending champions in the 2019 National Science and Maths Quiz have taken a step closer to retaining the title after a narrow win Friday evening over Kpando SHS and T.I. Amass, Kumasi. St. Peter’s Boys’ SHS hit 54 points at the end of the fourth and penultimate round and …

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