Wolo E-Learning for Communities (WEC) was launched yesterday at the Ebenezer Secondary School by the Minister for Communications Ursula Owusu Ekuful.
In what many have described as a stunning victory of seismic proportions, Achimota School beat the crowd favourite St. Thomas Aquinas Senior High at the just ended maiden Greater Accra Regional Championship of the National Science and Maths Quiz.
Author and theologian, Agana-Nsiire Agana has challenged writers to take up projects in Pidgin to cater to the needs of African audiences. “I think there is a place for well-written Pidgin stories for African audiences,” he said during ‘Catch Up!’ …
Six students from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) have emerged winners of the ‘Business Meets Tech’ competition held at the 2019 Real Estate Club Summit.
There is a serious agitation among the old students concerning recent happenings in school which has led to the interdiction and transfer of their hard working headmaster Mr. William Kusi-Yeboah.
About 400,000 Free SHS beneficiaries are expected to complete school and seek university admission next year. There is also a backlog of about 200,000 students, created by merging two batches of SHS 4 and SHS 3 students who sat for the West Africa Senior High School Certificate Examination in 2013.
The issue of counselling on school campuses has become the focus of the Ghana National Association of Certificated Counsellors (GNACC) as it is seeking for proprietors and heads of private schools in the Greater Accra Region to establish counselling departments to ensure quality education in their schools.
A major hurdle prison inmates face with regards to furthering their education while serving their sentences has been finally addressed with the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) between the Ghana Prisons Service and Plan Volta Foundation to allow long-term serving inmates to enroll onto the University of Cape Coast’s Distance Learning Program for higher education.
The Director of Neogenics Education, Grant Bulmuo, has called for a fundamental change in the methods of teaching in Ghanaian schools to transform the country’s education system.
Benin has a huge digital divide but BloLab, a non-profit group based in the largest city Cotonou is seeking to bridge it by introducing mobile computer labs for students in rural areas.
The 2018 Most Outstanding Teacher, Nicolas Mawunyo Gborse, has appealed to Government to consider lifting the ban on mobile phone usage by students at the Senior High Schools (SHS) to facilitate teaching and learning.