A 25-year-old student of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology is embarking on a peaceful election campaign through the use of a series of artwork.
Students of the Northern School of Business (NOBISCO) in Tamale in the Northern Region will be reporting to school Friday May, 27 to commence the 2015/2016 academic year.
Leadership of the University Students Association of Ghana (USAG) has lamented as “discriminatory, selective and intimidating” a decision by government not to absorb nurses trained at private colleges.
The Ministry of Health has recruited and posted 4,799 nurses who graduated in 2014 and 2015 to various health facilities in Ghana.
Ghana’s education sector and stakeholders have a responsibility to equip school-age children with requisite attitudes, skills and aptitudes for social integration and economic transformation. They are to ensure that children are provided with the necessary structures and resources for a smooth transition through education.
Lack of access to sanitary supplies during menstruation drastically increases school absenteeism, whilst inadequate reproductive health education can have even more devastating consequences.
The GhThe Ghana National Association of Teachers (GNAT) has said it is unhappy that the Ghana Education Service (GES) tasks external examiners to set the End of Term Examination questions for pupils in basic schools.
Final year training teachers in the western and central sector (WEC Sector) have reminded government to put in place measures to ensure that they do not suffer same fate as field teachers over salaries.
The Council of Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) has appointed Professor Kwasi Obiri-Danso as new Vice Chancellor.
A legal practitioner, George Afriyie, is warning tertiary students who record their lecturers on tape for purposes other than academic could face legal action.