Students of the Kumasi Polytechnic are demanding accountability from Students Representative Council [SRC] executives who they have accused of mismanagement and misappropriation of funds.
The University of Professional Studies, Accra (UPSA) has honoured its Vice Chancellor Professor Joshua Alabi, for his outstanding contributions towards transforming the former Institute of Professional Studies into a global-status University.
President John Mahama has endorsed what he described as a “major proposal” where the Ministry of Education would supervise all nursing and health training institutions in the country.
A total of 13,268 teachers across the country have been cleared to receive their outstanding salaries that have delayed for the last two years.
A 16-member National Cadet Board, including representatives of the military, Fire Service and Ghana Education Service (GES), has been inaugurated at the Headquarters of the GES to oversee the running of Cadet Corps in schools.
Mr. Jacob Kor, Director-General of Ghana Education Service (GES), in consultation with the Ghana Education Service Council, has appointed new divisional and regional directors of the Service.
Primary school pupils of the 31st December Basic School in the East Gonja District of the Northern Region still take lessons under baobab trees.
An average of ten pregnancies is recorded every academic year at the Birwa Methodist Junior High school in the Mfantsiman Municipal Assembly of the central region for the past years.
As part of efforts to enhance teaching and learning of disadvantaged children in the country, the Social Security National Insurance Trust (SSNIT) has presented a cheque for GH₵ 50,000 to Creating New Achievable Beginnings, an Accra-based NGO in education.