University Administrators at UCC to Resume National Strike On Monday

University Administrators at UCC to Resume National Strike On Monday

Leadership of the Ghana Association of University Administrators of the University of Cape Coast (UCC) has served notice to its members to resume their national strike from Monday, November 14, 2022. It follows the October 17 strike declared by four worker unions in public universities in demand of better conditions of service. The University of Cape Coast branch of the Ghana Association of University Administrators suspended the action in order to complete the second semester […]

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Fare Hikes Creating Truancy Among Students, Teachers — GNAT

Fare Hikes Creating Truancy Among Students, Teachers — GNAT

The Ghana National Association of Teachers (GNAT) has warned that if steps are not taken to remedy the incessant increase in transport fares, truancy among teachers and students will increase. According to the Chairperson of the Madina-Adenta-Abokobi (MAA) GNAT District, Christian Yaw Adinkra, if the prices of items and services increase and the teacher’s salary remains the same, then a time will come that the classrooms will be half empty and some few teachers may […]

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So Sad: Tears Flow as SHS Teacher Commits Suicide; Leaves Three Kids, Wife and Mother

So Sad: Tears Flow as SHS Teacher Commits Suicide; Leaves Three Kids, Wife and Mother

Suicide is one of the top 10 leading causes of death in Ghana. Understanding why people die by suicide or experience suicidal thoughts is complicated. Generally, people who are suicidal feel hopeless and pessimistic about their future. Such people experience an occasional feeling of hopelessness, meaning they may get stuck on negative feelings or have recurring thoughts about death. Divorce Lawyer Reveals 5 Questions to Ask Before Getting Married Feeling like you’re a burden to […]

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The Future of Basic Education Rests On Parents- EDUWATCH

It’s Not Surprising That Government Still Don’t Want Parents to Contribute to Feeding Cost in FSHS

The Executive Director of Africa Educational Watch EduWatch Mr. Kofi Asare has asserted that he is not surprise that government still don’t want parents to pay for part of the feeding cost in SHS. In a post shared on his official Facebook page on Wednesday, 19th October 2022, he wrote; “Unsurprisingly, it emerged yesterday that, the Ministry of Education is obviously not interested in CHASS’ call for parents to contribute part of the SHS feeding […]

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Message from Professor Opoku Amankwah

Message from Professor Opoku Amankwah – DG GES

“Good morning Directors and Staff. I believe m most of you have sighted/read the letter from HE the President terminating my Secondment from KNUST to GES and asking me to go back to KNUST. Some of you may also be waking up to the news this morning. I have and continue to receive your calls and numerous messages. I have not been able to pick your calls or reply to your messages due largely to […]

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