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WASSCE results of 26,434 students withhold by WAEC

The West African Examination Council (WAEC) has withheld the entire results of some 26,434 candidates pending the conclusion of investigations into various cases of examination malpractice detected during and after the conduct of the examination. The Council in a statement signed by Mrs. Agnes Teye-Cudjoe, Head of Public Affairs for …

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Teacher caught defiling pupil in an uncompleted building

A video circulating on social media shows a young man caught penetrating minor in the corner of a bath house of an uncompleted building. Due to our child policy at newsghana24.com which requires us to protect the minor, we have hidden her face. Some people believe the man is likely …

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National Science and Maths Quiz launched for basic schools

The maiden edition of a National Science and Mathematics quiz for pupils in the Catholic Junior High Schools has been launched in Accra. The competition dubbed “Brain Battle Quiz” (BBQ) seeks to bring pupils in the Catholic Junior High Schools and some private schools together through healthy competition in the …

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Second-year SHS students to remain on double-track-NAPO

The government has announced that second-year senior high school (SHS) students will remain on the double-track system when the next academic year begins in September this year. The announcement follows the delay in the execution of the additional projects being embarked on by schools operating the double-track system in the …

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Sandema SEC-TECH student killed in riot

Photos:Sandema SEC-TECH student killed in riot Management of Sandema Senior Technical School (SEC-TECH) is considering closing down the school following the death of a first year male student late last night. The student is said to have died in a clash between the students and police who had been called …

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New Curriculum for Basic Schools begins September 2019.

Beginning from the 2019/2020 academic year, the Ghana Education Service (GES) will roll out a new educational curriculum that will focus on the total development of the child and not be examination-focused, to discourage learning by rote, also known as ‘chew, pour, pass and forget. The Executive Secretary of the …

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