Today, the Vice President is at the Okyenhene's palace in Kyebi to join the people celebrate the Ohum Festival. On his way, he made it a point to pass by the Kyebi Presby College of Education. And this is what ensued over there, per this narration of a staffer at the office of the Vice President.
The management of the Ghana Education Service (GES) in the North East Region has sacked some classroom teachers over fake appointment letters. A statement signed by Mr. Simon Anane Amokase, Ag. at the North East Regional Education Directorate and sighted by Educandghana.net indicates that GES attention has been drawn to the fact that some teachers in the region have been using fake appointment letters.
The Director of Education in the Assin South District of the Central Region, Mr. Ransford Appiah has appealed to graduate teachers to accept posting to rural communities where their services are needed greatly. He noted that, the main problem in Assin South was teachers' refusal to accept postings to the area which he said is hurting quality education delivery.
The Ghana Education Service (GES) is a government agency under the Ministry of Education with the responsibility of implementing government policies that ensure that Ghanaians of school-going age irrespective of their ethnicity, gender, disability, religious and political dispositions receive quality formal education. The Regional of Office of the GES in the North East Region within the framework of exercising its power as established by law has sacked 27 teachers over false appointment letters.
Two prominent personalities in the country were both born and bred in one of the prominent and historical town within the Ashanti region of Ghana. The former Church of Pentecost Chairman the Apostle Professor Kwadwo Nimfour Opoku Onyina, the 5th Chairman of the CoP as well as the versatile award-winning sound engineer and producer of music in Ghana, Appiah Dankwa known as Apietus hail from Aduman within the Afigya Kwabre District of Ashanti
Reactions As Angry Father Sues Teacher 1.5 Billion Cedis For Feeding His Child With Banku At School.
Social media couldn't keep calm as they reacted to how an angry father sued his child's teacher including the school for feeding his child with Banku during school hours. According to reports, the father is demanding a compensation of 1.5 billion old cedis alongside almost 1,700 Ghana cedis for his child's medical expenses
Over 400 junior high school teachers together with the Obuasi Municipal and the Obuasi East district have undergone training to prepare them adequately for the new curriculum of the Ghana Education services. This workshop which was fully sponsored and supported by the AngloGold Ashanti one of the leading Mining company in the Obuasi Municipality the aim of this whole workshop is the improvement of the education system in the locality. The social development and the gender superintendent of Anglogold, Madam Mavis
There are about 500 Senior Secondary Schools across the country. Out of the many, St Augustine College in the Cape Coast stood out tall. The school that has raised many of Ghana’s finest brains, in the academia, law, business, sports, media, etc.
Even though we have had leaders and Presidents who have steered the affairs of the country, there is the need to recognize the role of certain people, I term as the "Spiritual Fathers of Ghana". Their prayers for Ghana and their counsels to the several Presidents Ghana has had, has brought Ghana this far.
Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) has build one of the biggest faculty blocks in Africa. The block is believed to have a capacity to accommodate students up to eleven thousand one hundred. KNUST is one of the leading technology universities in Africa. It is located in the Ashanti region of Ghana.
Newly posted trained teachers employed by the Ghana Education Service in February 2022 have planned to organize demonstration over the long delay in the issuance of staff identification numbers to them by their employer. In a post sighted by Bricy Boateng on social media which is going viral in WhatsApp groups of newly posted teachers, it revealed that they are going thorough many hardships due to non-payment of salaries, especially when most them have not received their staff IDs four months down the line.
Yesterday, "I spent my day with KG learners of Lungbung D/A Primary School in the Tolon District of Northern Region. I participated in the play-based learning program being implemented jointly by Lively Minds and GES". In this program, teachers and parents are trained to support learners with games and activities that build functional literacy and numeracy skills both in school and at home.
I have now understood the reason why some people opt for Training college before proceeding to university for further studies. The system doesn't recognize graduate teachers more than teachers from colleges of education. But what I know is that, it's the same universities that supervise and award certificates to graduates from colleges of education,so why is it that much premium is placed on graduates from colleges of education than graduates from the universities?
Beans and gari locally called 'Gob3' seem to be most Ghanaian students' favourite food. The ingredients used in the preparation 'gob3' include beans, palm nut oil, gari and fried ripe plantain. This local delicacy seems to be the favourite food for students in Senior High Schools, Teacher Training Colleges, and Nursing Training colleges among others.
You Can't Wish Us Well While Many Of These Fathers Under Your Care Suffer - Teachers Bodly Tells GES
Some teachers in Ghana has expressed their displeasure for how they are treated by Ghana Education Service. Ghana Education Service as part of celebrating Father's day posted a message to all father's on it's official Facebook page only for teachers to vent their fraustrations on them. One of them bodly wrote " You can't wish us well while many of these Fathers under your care suffer from; 6 years without promotion, 6months without staff IDs, Teach without textbooks" Some teachers said that it's been 6 years
How to adapt to new environment. That is, how to change their behaviours, attitude and lifestyle so they can fit into a new environment. Pressure from adults, elders and parents to always do the right thing. The youth do not always want to be told what to do, that is why this is a challenge for them. Lack of proper education and training. The youth need adequate training from teachers and parents, this will help them formulate better solutions to their many problems. Inferiority complex. The world is developing,
Dr. Kwame Ansong Gyimah, a Senior Lecturer at the Akenten Appiah-Menka University of Skills Training and Entrepreneurial Development is in pole position to snatch the National President of the Alumni Association of the university. Dr. Ansong who once served as the Head of Information Technology Education (ITE) Department of AAMUSTED is going unopposed after he was the only person to have filed to contest for the position of the national president.
The Ghana Education Service Directorate of the Abuakwa South Municipality in the Eastern region has successfully launched Time With Kingsley Series alongside Kingsley Quizzes. The all important program is composed of; 1. Science and Maths Quiz for Juniour High Schools in the municipality. 2. Kingsley Spelling Challenge for the primary schools and
VP Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia says the Free Senior High School program has seen an addition in SHS enlistment which has brought about an increment at the tertiary level. "Today, senior secondary schools are graduating two times the number of understudies they use to while possibly not more.
Accra College of Education was formerly called Accra Teacher Training College (ATTRACO). It was established on 8th September, 1909 and officially opened on 15th November, 1962 in a one storey building at Accra New Town as Government Teacher Training College. The College was founded as a day training College with 19 students and 8 members of staff, notable among them were Messrs Kodjo Haizel and F N Gbebie both of whom became principals of the College. The college was relocated at its present site at East Legon