First-class no more enticing to students

The era where students crave for first class honour and do everything possible to get that honour is gradually losing it luster as students are more interested in focusing on out-of-class lessons with organization to equip themselves with job experience.Some years ... — Read More

Accra Academy wins Capital Market Quiz Competition

The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has held the finals of its market quiz competition for Senior High Schools with Accra Academy Senior High School emerging the winner.Legon Presbyterian Senior High School came second, St Thomas Aquinas was third and Ngleshi ... — Read More

Book on Obama launched in Accra

A 180-page book written by a Ghanaian scholar with the title “The Afrocentric Obama, And Lessons on Political Campaigning”, a beautifully designed cover bearing Obama in Kente cloth touching on Obama’s African background and how that shaped his life and values, ... — Read More

Journalists must help academia do their work—Legon VC

The Vice Chancellor of the University of Ghana, Professor Ebenezer Oduro Owusu, has urged journalists in the country to help academia contribute their quota to the nation’s development by reporting accurate and reliable information.His comments were made after a publication cited ... — Read More

Indomie to feed 1.5m pupils this term

Indomie Instant Noodles, has set out to feed over 1.5 million pupils of first cycle institutions before the current academic term ends. This is part of its regular free feeding programme at various schools across the country. There is a dedicated ... — Read More

Ghana performs better than others, but…

Ghanaian students have performed relatively well in the recent West Africa Senior Secondary Certificate Examination (WASSCE) compared to students in the other four West African countries—Nigeria, Liberia, Sierra Leone and Gambia, Institute of Statistical, Social and Economic Research (ISSER) has said.However, ... — Read More

University of Ghana procures US$2.5m science equipment

The University of Ghana is to procure science equipment worth US$2.5million to enhance research in the nation’s premier university.  Research by universities in low middle income countries play an important role in making it possible for their home countries to join ... — Read More

Science education must be taken seriously – ISSER

Ghana’s middle income status will be further boosted if tertiary institutions are encouraged to see their mission as a driving force for science, technology and mathematics education at all levels of education, the Institute of Statistical, Social and Economic Research (ISSER) ... — Read More

How GTUC is transforming African youth through education

At GTUC, learning in the traditional 4 walled class rooms have been complimented with virtual learning, where students can enjoy learning online without necessarily being in the is doing a special project framed around outstanding African Education Institutions, Academicians, Administrators ... — Read More

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