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GES must ensure compliance with disciplinary code – Child Rights

Child Rights International (CRI), an NGO, has urged the Ghana Education Service (GES) to ensure that all schools, irrespective of their status, comply with...

NGO wants GES to adopt its Project

The Ghana Education Service (GES) has been called upon to adopt the Quality Assurance Project (QAP) to complement the implementation of the Standard Based...

WAEC accepts oral response in examination

Mr Alex Amankwah in charge of Specific Learning Disorders at the Ghana Education Service has revealed that the West African Examination Council (WAEC)...

Gender activist suggests special units for girls’ retention in schools

The Ghana Education Service (GES) must set up a special Unit that will advance, facilitate and improve on girls...

Our children must have SHS education-Hajia Alima

The Minister of Local Government and Rural Development, Hajia Alima Mahama, has encouraged parents in rural communities to take advantage of government’s Free Senior High...

Markaz Al Bishara constructs classroom block for Bognaayili JHS

A three-unit classroom block with office, washrooms and changing room for girls have been constructed for the Bognaayili D/A Junior...
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The Ghana Education Service: A Call to Action

A long habit of not thinking a thing wrong, gives it a superficial appearance of being right, and raises at first a formidable outcry...

Achimota School takeover- Management wants GES to follow due process

The Management and staff of Achimota Preparatory School has asked the Ghana Education Service (GES) to make its intentions clear “if it intends to...

Audit Service chases public officials to declare assets

The Ghana Audit Service is chasing public institutions to identify those eligible to declare their assets and liabilities to ensure they do the needful. ...
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Ekumfi chalk factory to be commissioned in June 2020

The Youth Employment Agency (YEA) in collaboration with the Federation of Persons With Disability (PWDs), have begun construction of a state-of-the-art chalk manufacturing factory...
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AMA urges traditional leaders to help fight air pollution

Mr Desmond Appiah, the Chief Resilience and Sustainability Advisor of the Accra Metropolitan Assembly (AMA), has urged traditional leaders to sensitise citizens on the...

Government to introduce scholarship for farmers’ wards

Government will soon implement a scholarship scheme for children of farmers pursuing tertiary education to reduce their burdens. They would also extend the free...

Six children with communication challenges receive assistive devices

Six families raising children with communication challenges have each received an assistive device, Grid Pad, and trained on how to use them to enhance...

Afenyo-Markin sponsors 2019 best teachers award in Effutu constituency

Mr Alexzander Afenyo-Markin, Member of Parliament (MP) for Effutu has assured his constituents of his continuous commitment to the best to improve the...

Amaniampong SHS Headmistress tasked to maintain high standards

Daasebere Osei Bonsu II, the Asante Mamponghene, has advised the newly-appointed Headmistress of Amaniampong Senior High School (SHS), to maintain the high standards of...

SHS students to re-open on January 5

The Management of the Ghana Education Service (GES) has announced that Senior High School (SHS) Form Three students would re-open on Sunday, January 5,...

Poor BECE performance in Northern region worrying – GES officer

Reverend Kofi Amofa Odaatu, the Northern Regional Examinations Officer of Ghana Education Service (GES), has expressed worry over continuous falling standards of Basic Education...

Make computer science core subject-Deputy Minister

Mr. Siaka Stevens, the Deputy Bono Regional Minister has advocated the need for the Ghana Education Service (GES) to make the study of computer...

Sacrifices of teachers will not be in vain – Deputy DG

Mr Anthony Boateng, the Deputy Director General of the Ghana Education Service (GES), says government is cognizant of the efforts by teachers to develop...
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Poverty still major cause of child marriage in Ghana

Participants at a national stakeholders’ engagement have identified poverty, gender inequality, entrenched negative traditional and customary beliefs and co-habitation as major setbacks inhibiting the...

Dialogue on WASH in Disaster Prone Communities held in Accra

A Policy dialogue which seeks to offer platform for stakeholders to discuss the results of Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) in Disaster Prone...

Call of strike immediately – Labour Commission to Unions

The National Labour Commission (NLC), Tuesday, urged the leadership of the striking Ghana Education Service (GES) unions to direct their members to immediately resume...

Invest in Science Education – GES urges corporates

The Director - General of the Ghana Education Service, Professor Kwasi Opoku Amankwa, has urged corporate citizens to complement Government's investment in Science,...

Don’t ignore practicals in Science Education – teachers told

Mrs Olivia Serwaa Opare, the Acting Head of Science Education Unit at Ghana Education Service, has urged Integrated Science teachers to prioritise the practical...

STS moulding student teachers to deliver

The Ghana Education Service's (GES) Supported Teaching in Schools (STS) initiative is enhancing the training of student teachers for effective teaching practices and better...

Swedru Secondary School gets new Board of Governors

A reconstituted 14-member Board of Governors of the Swedru Secondary School (SWESCO) has been inaugurated with a call on the Ghana Education Service...

Accra Girls celebrates 59 years of dedicated girl-child development

Accra Girls Senior High School has marked her 59th anniversary with a colourful ceremony to serve as a memorial and commitment to...

GES declares tomorrow holiday for KG1 to Primary six pupils

The Ghana Education Service (GES) has declared Wednesday, October 30, a holiday for kindergarten 1 to Primary 6 pupils to enable the teachers...

Teachers who passed licensure exams to be posted

The Ghana Education Service (GES) has stated that trained teachers who completed in 2018, has passed their licensure examinations and are completing their...

Co-ordinator advocates for adequate funding for sports

Alhaji Adams Muazu, Upper West Regional Co-ordinator of the Physical Education (PE), Ghana Education Service (GES) has advocated the need for government channel adequate...