The Directorate of Academic Planning and Quality Assurance of the University of Cape Coast (UCC) has urged its affiliates to prioritise admitting qualified applicants onto their academic programs to improve the standards of graduates they churn out.

Ghana’s Most Beautiful queen Esi has urged stakeholders in the Central Region to immediately introduce measures to address the dwindling standards of education in the Cape Coast metropolis.

Reverend Simon Asige, a former Director of Secondary Education at Ghana Education Service (GES), has urged parents and guardians to buy good books for their wards to read.

Aspiring Member of Parliament for Effutu, Eric Don-Arthur, in collaboration with the Municipal Chief Executive in the area has donated a total of 1,285 mathematical sets to final year pupils in 10 junior high schools.

Savelugu schools suffer from rainstorm

Friday, 03 June 2016 12:29

Six basic schools and one senior high school – Savelugu Senior High School – in the Savelugu Municipal Assembly in the Northern Region are yet to be roofed and renovated after two rainstorms hit the municipality.

The Bosomtwe District Assembly in the Ashanti Region has presented education materials to over 50 basic schools in the district to enhance quality teaching and learning.

Court of Appeal Judge, Justice Avril Lovelace-Johnson is advocating stronger voice for young women as a strategy to deepen greater public  consciousness about the plight of the girl-child.

Nunoo-Mensah to study law at 77

Wednesday, 01 June 2016 10:19

Head of Human Security at the Presidency Brigadier-General (retd) Joseph Nunoo-Mensah has expressed desire to study law.

The Rector of Tamale Polytechnic in the Northern Region, Abdulai Salifu Asuro has appealed to parliament to consider inputs made by stakeholders in passing the Research Fund Bill into law.


The intention of any good educational system is to give knowledge, skills and aptitude to all persons irrespective of their physical, socioeconomic, intellectual and geographical circumstances. Ghana’s Shared Growth and Development Agenda (2014) also support the provision of good quality education to all citizens towards national development.