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EDUCATION

The plight of the newly posted teacher

The main aim of working is to make ends meet. 'Young teachers' from the various Colleges of Education having completed their National Service were posted in January 2022 and started work in February 2022. These teachers having taught for almost five months are yet to get their staff IDs and to proceed to do their biometric registration for their names to be captured by the Controller and Accountant General Department and get paid.

  18 days ago ago
The plight of the newly posted teacher

EDUCATION

Students Of Some Colleges Of Education Are Asked To Pay Monies For Food To Be Cooked For Them

The Teacher Trainees Association of Ghana (TTAG) has disclosed that students in some public Colleges of Education are asked to pay an amount of money to management for casual workers to cook for them amid the ongoing strike action of non-teaching staff. TTAG has warn students not to pay any money.

  2 months ago ago
Students Of Some Colleges Of Education Are Asked To Pay Monies For Food To Be Cooked For Them

EDUCATION

2022/2023 College Of Education Admission

ADMISSION TO THE FORTY-SIX (46) PUBLIC COLLEGES OF EDUCATION 2022/2023 ACADEMIC YEAR. As the first semester of the 2021/2022 academic year is about to end in April, interested applicants are ready to apply for the 2022/2023 academic year. But because of some challenges some of the schools are facing in the terms of facilities ( inadequate lecture halls and dormitories ), show clearly that the number of applicants that will be admitted will be few.

  3 months ago ago
2022/2023 College Of Education Admission

EDUCATION

Government has delivered ¢67,942,652 to Colleges of Education.–Education Ministry

The Education Ministry has excused ideas that its arrival of assets to provide food for taking care of instructor students was an automatic reaction to an order by the National Conference of Principals of Colleges of Education (PRINCOF). Kwasi Kwarteng said the Ministry had previously started cycles to deliver assets to Colleges of Education to cater for the taking care of instructor learners before PRINCOF gave its assertion.

  2 months ago ago
Government has delivered ¢67,942,652 to Colleges of Education.–Education Ministry

EDUCATION

UCC opens portal for registration of resit papers.

Most students teachiers from the various Colleges of Education found some challenges in some courses they offered. In the previous years, it came that if any student teacher failed some course(s) and refuse to write and pass the resit exams, u are sacked. A certain government came to change this mindset.

  3 months ago ago
UCC opens portal for registration of resit papers.

EDUCATION

Students of Colleges of Education Abandoned Classes to Take over Duties of Non-Teaching Staff

Following the strike of the non-teaching staff across the 46 public colleges of education in Ghana, it has been observed that the students has abandoned classes to assume the duties of these striking staffs. According to a radio Ghana journalist, they have begun moving from one college to the other in other to find out how the striking action is affecting teaching and learning.

  2 months ago ago
Students of Colleges of Education Abandoned Classes to Take over Duties of Non-Teaching Staff

EDUCATION

All applicants who have passed cannot be selected

The first reason is preference for public institutions. Most of the applicants prefer admission into the public institutions for various reasons including lower variety of fees, programmes offered and prestige. Most of them aim at some particular public institutions first before considering others. The result is that, these public institutions receive more applications than they can admit.

  1 month ago ago
All applicants who have passed cannot be selected

EDUCATION

Why most Ghanaians prefer degree awarding Colleges of Education to diploma awarding institutions.

Initially, the minimum certificate awarded to a trainee student in the college of education was Diploma in Education. After the education system received a swift transition and started awarding students with degree, several advantages have been witnessed. Comparison of both certificates proves how dominant and advantageous awarding degree brings to the teaching profession.

  3 months ago ago
Why most Ghanaians prefer degree awarding Colleges of Education to diploma awarding institutions.

EDUCATION

CoE Trainees To Boycott End Of Semester Exams Over ALLAWA

The President of the Teacher Trainees Association of Ghana (TTAG) following the unpaid allowances due to teacher trainees in various Colleges of Education says no end of semester test will be conducted if the stipends are not paid. Jonathan Dzunu speaking on 3FM’s Sunrise show monitored by Khelly GH on Tuesday said there is a need for the National Conference of Principals of Colleges of Education to release funds for the payment of the allowances.

  2 months ago ago
CoE Trainees To Boycott End Of Semester Exams Over ALLAWA

EDUCATION

How to Apply for College of Education Admission in 2022

Colleges of Education are not accepting applications for the 2022/2023 academic year. Before the portal opens, students should learn how to apply for College of Education admission in 2022. Applicants must first meet the entrance requirements before beginning the Colleges of Education admissions process. Pay the application fee into the Colleges of Education- Ghana Account at any branch of the following banks across the country:

  4 months ago ago
How to Apply for College of Education Admission in 2022

EDUCATION

Government Releases 67m To Colleges of Education Amidst Fear Of Public Criticism

Excitements grace Colleges of Education as the government of Ghana has revealed that it has released an amount of 67m to the Colleges across the country. This is as a result of the earlier letter directed at the Minister of Education to have teacher trainees in the various colleges to fend for themselves since the colleges can no longer supply food for the student-teachers.

  2 months ago ago
Government Releases 67m To Colleges of Education Amidst Fear Of Public Criticism

EDUCATION

Colleges Need More Infrastructures To Curb Track System - Kofi Asare

The Executive Director of Africa Education Watch (EduWatch), Mr. Kofi Asare has mentioned that the forty-six public Colleges of Education have become a den of abandoned projects thus the main reason why some students have been on vacation for more about six months without knowing when to report to school.

  4 months ago ago
Colleges Need More Infrastructures To Curb Track System - Kofi Asare

EDUCATION

Our Colleges Have Become A Den Of Abandoned Projects - Kofi Asare

Mr. Kofi Asare, the Executive Director Of Africa Educational Watch (EduWatch) believes has commented that Colleges have become a den of abandoned projects due to depleted, securitized and capped GETFund. In a post shared on his official Facebook page on Tuesday, 15th January 2022, he wrote;

  4 months ago ago
Our Colleges Have Become A Den Of Abandoned Projects - Kofi Asare

EDUCATION

From May 8, teacher trainees must start paying for their own food.

From May 8, the National Conference of Principals of Colleges of Education in Ghana (PRINCOF) has ordered that teacher trainees start funding their own food. The failure of colleges of education to pay for food supplies supplied to them has prompted this regulation. According to PRINCOF, food suppliers who had been providing supplies to these Colleges of Education for months without being paid have finally stopped doing so until they are paid.

  2 months ago ago
From May 8, teacher trainees must start paying for their own food.

EDUCATION

Over 67 million dollars have been released by the government to colleges of education.

Dr Yaw Osei Adutwum The Ghanaian government has released a sum of 67 million to Ghanaian colleges of education. This follows the announcement of the National Conference of Principals of Colleges of Education – Ghana (PRINCOF) that it would be unable to continue feeding the trainees due to the government's massive indebtedness.

  2 months ago ago
Over 67 million dollars have been released by the government to colleges of education.

EDUCATION

Cycles to dispense ¢67m to Colleges of Education were at that point ready to go - Education Ministry

The Education Ministry has excused ideas that its arrival of assets to cook for taking care of instructor learners was an automatic reaction to a mandate by the National Conference of Principals of Colleges of Education (PRINCOF). Kwasi Kwarteng said the Ministry had proactively started cycles to deliver assets to Colleges of Education to cook for the taking care of educator students before PRINCOF gave its assertion.

  2 months ago ago
Cycles to dispense ¢67m to Colleges of Education were at that point ready to go - Education Ministry

EDUCATION

Good News To Teacher Trainees.

In fact, it will be recalled during the pandemic period (COVID 19) that most of the Colleges Of Education in Ghana here engaged themselves in online studies where lectures were delivered online for students. Again, end of semester examination too was held online with the exception of Colleges affiliated to the university of cape coast (UCC).

  1 month ago ago
Good News To Teacher Trainees.

EDUCATION

Feed Yourselves Principals of Colleges of Education to Students

The principals of the 46 public colleges of education is by this communique announcing to the general public that students of the 46 public colleges of education are expected to feed themselves starting May 2022. This directive is due to the fact that the feeding component of the students have not been paid for a couple of months which made the colleges unable to purchase food stuff for the students.

  2 months ago ago
Feed Yourselves Principals of Colleges of Education to Students

EDUCATION

The government releases over GH¢67 million to Colleges of Education to feed teachers trainees

A report came that teachers trainees were instructed to start funding their own feeding program from May 8, 2022. This is because the a message from National Conference of Principals of Colleges of Education – Ghana (PRINCOF) says the feeding of teacher trainees needs to be canceled due to a huge debts owned by the government.

  2 months ago ago
The government releases over GH¢67 million to Colleges of Education to feed teachers trainees

EDUCATION

Teacher trainees to feed themselves starting May 8 – PRINCOF

The National Conference of Principals of Colleges of Education - Ghana (PRINCOF) has guided that educator learners begin to subsidize their taking care from May 8. This order is because of the failure of Colleges of Education to make installments for food things provided to them. As indicated by PRINCE, food providers who had kept conveying supplies to these Colleges of Education for quite a long time without installment have at last removed their administrations till they get the monies owed them.

  2 months ago ago
Teacher trainees to feed themselves starting May 8 – PRINCOF