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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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Forum of Heads of Girl’s SHS holds 2019 Summer Camp

Forum of Heads of Girl’s Senior High Schools (FOHGSHS) has held a summer camp to unlock the potentials of girls to take their rightful place in society even in the face of modern complex challenges. The forum, which is on the theme, “The Free Senior High School Policy and the …

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No cut-off point for BECE candidates into SHS -Hon. Adutwum

No cut-off point for BECE candidates into SHS – Adutwum

The Deputy Education Minister, Osei Yaw Adutwum has announced there will be no cut-off point for candidates sitting this year’s Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE). Dr Adutwum who is in charge of Basic and Secondary Education made the revelation after some candidates in Chereponi expressed concern the conflict there would …

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Poet Nakeeyat Dramani has been offered a Lifetime Scholarship as

Poet Nakeeyat Dramani has been offered a Lifetime Scholarship

Poet Nakeeyat Dramani has been offered a Lifetime Scholarship as winner of Tv3’s Talented Kids Season 10 Seven-year-old Nakeeyat Dramani has won TV3’s Talented Kids Season 10. She has been offered a Lifetime Scholarship by Rigworld Oil Company. Interestingly, Nakeeyat herself was overcome by emotions and she burst into tears …

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WAEC arrests Operator of ‘Fake WASSCE Malpractice’ Website

JUST IN: WAEC arrests Operator of ‘Fake WASSCE Malpractice’ Website The West African Examinations Council (WAEC), through intelligence, has caused the arrest of one of the operators of rogue websites identified as a major source of examination malpractice in the ongoing West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE). The culprit …

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Tamale: Female Tertiary Students exploited over Pornographic viral Videos

A pornographic syndicate operating within the Tamale metropolis is said to be taking advantage of the vulnerability of some female tertiary students to exploit them. The syndicate comprises young cyber fraudsters popularly known as “Sakawa boys” and their alleged conspirators, who are pursuing Information Technology (IT) studies in some tertiary …

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