Dr Kingsley Nyarko writes: Cutting hairs or cultivating minds

After the rejection of the two dreadlocks wearing children by the Achimota school authorities a few days ago, educationists, civil

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Stereotyped textbooks: Open Letter to Minister of Education – Edmund Eyram Afun-Peters

Dear, Hon. Dr. Yaw Osei Adutwum My name is Edmund Eyram Afun-Peters, I am a Freelance Writer who hails from

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MP for Ablekuma North supports 200 Free SHS Students with Provisions and Cash

The Honourable Member of Parliament (MP) for the Ablekuma North constituency, Sheila Bartels, has presented assorted provisions and cash tokens

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CGIA Institute introduces scholarship for media professionals

The CGIA Institute, a global body of Finance and Investment Professionals has announced the introduction of a scholarship scheme for

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Police on manhunt for suspects after 2 St. Louis JHS students were allegedly kidnapped

Police in the Ashanti Region have mounted a search for persons believed to be behind the alleged kidnapping of two

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VRA urges calm after some students of Akosombo International School test positive for Coronavirus

The Volta River Authority (VRA) has urged calm after it said some students of the Akosombo International School have tested

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Reopened Schools, PPEs and spike in Covid-19 cases – Opoku-Amankwa ought to provide detailed infor

It is now over two weeks since schools across Ghana were reopened for business. Many stakeholders in the educational sector

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NAPO bids Teacher Unions farewell

The President’s Representative at the Ministry of Education, Hon. Dr. Matthew Opoku Prempeh, has met with the leadership of the

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Speaker Bagbin to Students: Parliament will soon resolve your school fees issues

Speaker of Parliament, Rt. Hon. Alban S. K Bagbin is pleading with new and continuing students of the various tertiary

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Hon. Mohammed A. Sukparu writes: Where are the Men we once called Fathers?

As I write this missive in my new office as MP, I am sad and pained due to some comments

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AASU calls for action to end surge in child labour as WHO predicts 66m children falling into extreme poverty

Campaigners of Child’s right are devastated over the increasing number of all forms of child labour across the globe due

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