The Deputy Minister of Education, John Ntim Fordjour on Okay Fm announced on Thursday, 13th January 2022 that, The double-track system used to contain enrolment in various public Senior High Schools amid Free SHS have been suspended for the 2022 academic year. However the PRO of the Ministry of Education, Mr. Kwasi Kwarteng in a post on his Facebook page said Double Track is not suspended.
The government’s one-teacher one-laptop computer initiative designed to equip teachers with information communication technology (ICT) skills to improve teaching and learning outcomes would be expanded to cover private school teachers. Deputy Education Minister, the Reverend John Ntim, said this would be done as resources became available.
Reverend John Ntim Fordjour, the deputy Minister for Education has said that the Ministry of Education (MoE) has put in place measures to address outstanding concerns relating to teachers promotion, upgrades and allowances. The Minister revealed this when addressing teachers at the GNAT Investment Forum held in Accra to mark the 90th-anniversary celebration of GNAT under the theme “Beyond the teachers’ fund: Making our teachers economically sound" on Wednesday.
1. NPP Primaries: Another failed Parliamentary Aspirant goes Independent Mr Joseph Kofi Damtse, A member of the New Patriotic Party parliamentary aspirant in the Assin South Constituency of the Central Region, Mr Joseph Kofi Damtse, has vowed to run as an independent candidate for the 2020 polls, accusing the party leadership of disqualifying him not fairly. Mr Damtse has been judged by the party leadership to not contest the parliamentary primaries. This, he alleged, is a plot made by the leadership to pro