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EDUCATION

GES: Parents are to Take Note of Reopening Dates for SHS1 and SHS2 Green and Gold

Senior High Schools are sending messages to parents concerning the reopening dates for the second semester of the 2021 academic year, parents have been calling teachers in schools of their wards to find out about the reopening dates to enable them to prepare adequately for their wards to go back to school, but teachers were not able to give parents dates for the reopening of schools for the second semester.

  5 months ago ago
GES: Parents are to Take Note of Reopening Dates for SHS1 and SHS2 Green and Gold

EDUCATION

2021/22 Colleges of Education Academic Calendar And Fees Released By PRINCOF

The Conference of Principals of College of Education (PRINCOF) after it opened admissions for enrollment into the various public teacher training institutions has released the 2021/2022 Colleges of Education academic calendar. The 2021/2022 teacher training academic calendar, sighted on Teacher Trainees Association Of Ghana (TTAG) on their official Facebook page states that the calendar covers all activities for the first semester only including dates for the writing of semester quizzes and end of the semester examinations.

  4 months ago ago
2021/22 Colleges of Education Academic Calendar And Fees Released By PRINCOF

EDUCATION

Private Senior High Schools Association in Ghana elects new Officers at Annual conference in Accra

The Conference of Heads of Private Senior High Schools in Ghana CHOPSS national congress was marked successfully at Madina-Accra within the premises of Action Secondary Technical School yesterday, 26th November 2021. The National Congress was organised to elect new executives whom are supposed to steer the affairs for CHOPSS across the four corners of Ghana for the next two years.

  1 month ago ago
Private Senior High Schools Association in Ghana elects new Officers at Annual conference in Accra

COVID

Schools Re-Opening : Conference Of Heads Of Basic Schools Accept Lockdown Pregnant BECE Girls

The Conference of Heads of Basic Schools COHBS in a meeting with the Minister of Education and the Director General of the Ghana Education Service has come to a conclusion on victims of teenage pregnant BECE Girls during the Lock Down. Schools were initially closed as Directed by the President His Excellency Nana Addo Dankwa Akuffo Addo. This decision has been reverted for final year students to come back to school and prepare for their Basic schools certificate Examination BECE. The meeting concluded that parents

  1 year ago ago
Schools Re-Opening : Conference Of Heads Of Basic Schools Accept Lockdown Pregnant BECE Girls

POLITICS

What Government of Ghana told Conference of Heads of Private Schools

The government of Ghana under the leadership of President Nana Addo Dankwa Akuffo Addo today 23th of June, met the Conference of heads private schools leadership at Jubilee House to discuss the way forward of successful reopen of basic schools across the country. Mr. President asked" till when will our basic schools remain closed? When will the schools resume?. Mr President also said whiles our schools remain close the future of our children are also under threat. Mr. President suggested that the contact ho

  1 year ago ago
What Government of Ghana told Conference of Heads of Private Schools

EDUCATION

JHS 1 And SHS 1 Students Should be Included in School Reopening - CHOPSS

The Conference of Heads of Private Second-Cycle Schools CHOPSS, are calling on government to include students in year one, both in Junior High Schools and Senior High Schools in the October 5, 2020 reopening.  CHOPSS gave a reason that the students in JHS 1 and SHS1 have not yet completed their academic calendar. Conference of Heads of Private Second-Cycle Schools CHOPSS added that a longer break in their academic work would have negative impact on their academic performance. Mr. Naphtali Kyei Baffour, Public

  1 year ago ago
JHS 1 And SHS 1 Students Should be Included in School Reopening - CHOPSS

EDUCATION

Training colleges to shut down over lack of money to feed students

The colleges of education in the country may be forced to shut down soon if the government does not intervene immediately. This is because the 46 colleges of education have run out of cash to buy food to feed the students. The current dire situation of the colleges has been occasioned by the failure of the education ministry to release money for the feeding of the students.

  8 months ago ago
Training colleges to shut down over lack of money to feed students