A rare picture of school kids sitting on the bare floor of and while receiving lessons from their teacher has attracted so much public stare after several celebrities and public figures shared it on their various social media pages. Quotes from a Facebook post of popular comic teacher, Teacher Kwadwo revealed the school name as Naaga Primary School, in the Kassena Nankana Municipal in the Navrongo, Upper East Region. The students who were in their nicely dressed "tea and bread" uniform sat on the floor while
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A basic school teacher from Cape Coast has bought paint with his professional allowance to paint the green board of his class. The benevolent teacher is called Nana Kojo Butler. He teaches at Nsadwir M/A school in Cape coast. The green board had faded so it made writing on the board difficult and the pupils too found it difficult to see from the board. He didn’t wait for government or school authorities to do this but he did this out of his love for his pupils. He also bought nose mask for pupils who had none.
Level 100 student, identify as Felicia Addy trends number one on Twitter today over an invitation she made. In a 30secs video, the fresh year Legon student, captured the beauty of the campus while praising the school for it unique features. She is indeed proud to be in the school but we don't know if it was out of excitement, this lady announced her hall and room number in the video, calling people to come visit her. "See the premier University.... premier....ok, ok, nice view, y'all should come and visit me
Credit Mall To Launch New Products For Teachers Credit Mall Limited was set up by Teachers’ Fund to serve the consumer credit needs of teachers. Its main marketing strategy is to sell products ranging from household items and appliances to teachers on direct sales. These sales are planned in conjunction with the GNAT Secretaries. Teachers pick up items upon submission of passport photographs, ID cards and the sighting of original pay slips. Items are then released to the teachers after they have completed
A group calling itself “Concern Youth of Jirapa” has served a stern warning to all school feeding caterers who are not from Jirapa Municipal not to commence work on 25th January, 2021 until issues are resolved. In an announcement intercepted, it warned that “any recalcitrant caterer who fails to comply with this direction will have his/herself to blame”. The announcement mentioned 26 schools in the Jirapa Municipal where the caterers in question have served for the past four years. Below are the schools
Residents of Bosomtwe to Accra to Offer Support at the Ministerial Vetting Dr. Osei Adutwum, Member of Parliament for Bosomtwe Constituency is expected to meet appointment Committee of parliament to approve his nomination as Minister designate for Education. Occupation/Profession: Educationist Parliamentary Seat: majority Date of Birth: April 9, 1964 Hometown: Jachie, Ashanti Region Highest Qualification: PhD (Educational Policy and Administration), University of South California, California, 2009
Important Notice to All First Year University Students Simply put, University is not Senior high school. Your professor will expect you to be more independent, adventurous, and responsible than your Senior high school teachers presumed. If you enter the lecture hall uninformed and meek, you may not perform at your optimal level and may miss important opportunities. Your classes are the best way to discover internships, access academic help, and decide your major or path to graduate school. Follow these tips
Following the Covid 19 disease which crosses oversea to the nation, all the schools in Ghana were closed in March 2020 after Covid 19 cases were recorded in some of our Tertiary Schools. The students have stayed at home more than ten months before the president finally announced the date schools will be reopened in his 21st nation address to the people of Ghana, which includes measures they have put in place to combat against the Covid 19 as schools resumed. After schools resumed we have encountered a lot of
Pictures are for illustration purposes only. The Ashanti Regional Chairman of the New Patriotic Party, Antwi Boasiako who is best known as Chairman Wontumi has been in the trends once again. This time it has nothing to do with politics or politicking but about his senior high school certification which he did not go for after he left the school. The big man who is the Chief Executive Officer of Wontumi Radio and Television Stations said he was humbled when the headmaster of the Prempeh College which is his Alma
Covid-19 impact has indeed ravaged the whole world. The impact has been felt at almost every corner of the planet with mitigation attempt underway to curb the pandemic. Ghana is not an exception to the disturbing Covid-19 impact. The country had to suspend schools and colleges and lock the country down following the increasing spread of the virus in the country. Suspension of schools by virtue of the pandemic was very distressing due to the disruptions it had on the final year students, little did everyone
On Wednesday, 20th Jannuary, marking the tradition "my first day at school" ceremony, the District Chief Executive of Dormaa East District, Hon. Emmanuel Kofi Agyemang Presented personal protective equipment (PPEs) to the schools in one of the communities in the district, Wamnafo. The event took place at Wamnafo D/A school comprising of dignitaries from the district education office, elders and teaching staff. According to the DCE, "my first day at school" is customized to welcome new entrants or green horns
Minister of State for Tertiary Education Prof Kwesi Yankah has tended to Mahama Ayariga's suggestion enactment that will suspend scholarly office expense installment in tertiary schooling foundations for the 2020/21 scholastic year. As per him, the public authority has set up strategies and projects to address the test of guardians not had the option to pay for scholarly office expenses. He showed that in addition to other things, the NPP government drove by Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo "foreseen this, and
Only 155 out of more than 23,000 university professors in the UK are black, according to official figures. It remains below 1%, the same as for the past five years, and is an increase of only 50 posts despite the number of professorships rising by more than 3,000 in that time. At this senior academic level, women hold 28% of professorships, up from 23% five years ago. "The pace of change is glacial," said lecturers' union leader Jo Grady. "Universities must do more to ensure a more representative mix of staff
WAEC to Brief Senior High School Heads on WASSCE Registration 2021 The west African Examinations Council(WAEC) has invited heads and ICT Coordinators of Senior High Schools(SHSs) and Technical and Vocational Education(TVET) for training program on registration procedures for West African Senior School Certificate Examination For School Candidates, 2021. In letter to Heads in Senior High Schools and Secondary Technical Schools read as follows: Briefing Course on registration procedures for Heads of School and
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