TVET needs more investment – World Bank

The World Bank has called government to increase investment in Technical and Vocational Educational Training (TVET), to produce a human resource base with the requisite skills for the labour market.A Senior Director and Head of the Education Global Practice at the World ... — Read More

Korea Eximbank EDCF finances the establishment of University of Environment and Sustainable Development

The Ministry of Education and Korea Eximbank recently signed a Project Concept Paper (PCP) for the establishment of University of Environment and Sustainable Development (UESD) in Accra. The PCP outlines the framework of UESD before commencement of Feasibility Study.A mission from ... — Read More

Neglect of Technical Education harming economy - Swaniker

The neglect of the technical and vocational education and training is largely to blame for the high youth unemployment and the lack of skilled artisans needed to  drive the country’s development, Constance Swaniker, the Chief Executive Officer of  Accents and Arts, ... — Read More

LSIS empower children through science and technology

Learning Skills International School (LSIS) has hosted its 3rd Annual Science Fair at its Adjiringanor campus.  On display were fascinating projects like Tech Demonstrations, Cleaning “Galamsey” water and so much more. Launched in 2014, the Fair was created by LSIS to empower ... — Read More

Sustain integrity of examinations….MP urges WAEC

The Member of Parliament for Assin South, Rev. John Ntim Fordjour, has appealed to the West African Examination Council(WAEC) and other stakeholders involved in education to commit to sustaining the integrity of examinations conducted in Ghana.As the Basic Education Certificate Examinations ... — Read More

Public varsities must consider mergers – Goski Alabi

Public universities in the country must consider mergers to be rated among the best in the world, Professor Goski Alabi, Dean at the Centre for International Education and Collaboration (CIEC) at the ‎University of Professional Studies, Accra (UPSA), has proposed.“It is ... — Read More

Ex-President Kufuor commends Raising Readers initiative

Former President of Ghana, John Agyekum Kufuor, has lauded Raising Readers initiative for supporting children in the country to improve their learning and broadening their minds through the reading of books.Mr. Kufuor, who hosted 50 children from the Odododiodoo Constituency at ... — Read More

“Chartered Accountants must move beyond comfort zone”

A fellow of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA, UK), Professor Bosiako Omane-Antwi, has urged certified accountants in the present government institutions to go beyond their regular functions to provide support that will make government’s policies and programmes successful.“It is ... — Read More

Achimota School to build 10 kilometer wall

Achimota School, one of the oldest Senior High Schools, has initiated moves to build a 10-kilometer fence wall around the institution, as a means to ward off encroachersThe project is to be funded with voluntary donations, contributions from the Old Students ... — Read More

BECE registration fee remains high…despite 70% subsidy

Under the guise of staging mock examinations and extra classes, basic school authorities have resorted to charging pupils high registration fees for the Basic Education Certificate Examination, in spite of heavy government subsidy. Checks by the B&FT from various basic schools revealed ... — Read More

GSTS alumni swear-in national executives

Ghana Secondary Technical School (GSTS) Alumni Association (GAA) has sworn-in national executives to see to the development of the school in Takoradi.Also, it is to recognize the executive and make them more functional, promote the interest of the students and the ... — Read More

Lecturers need ‘training’ -Goski

Prof Goski Alabi, Dean of the Centre for International Education and Collaboration (CIEC) at UPSA, has proposed that for the country’s higher education to become relevant, universities must make internships compulsory for lecturers as well as a requirement for promotion.“Practical experience ... — Read More

UG moves to bridge gap between industry, academia

The University of Ghana, Legon, has initiated programmes to strengthen its commitment to help bridge the long-existing gap between industry and academia which has resulted in theory-based students being churned out from the country’s tertiary institutions annually.The university, through its Institute ... — Read More

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