Bolgatanga Senior High School Closed Down After Riot. The Bolgatanga Senior High School (BIGBOSS) in the Upper East Region has been closed down by the school authorities following riots by students on Monday. The students were protesting the death of their fellow student, identified as Emmanuel Bawa who reportedly fell and died after a hot chase by a housemaster.
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Soldiers Unleash Terror on Wa Islamic SHS Students. Academic activities at the Islamic Senior High School in Wa, the Upper West regional capital came to a standstill after police and military personnel besieged the campus in their quest to restore calm on campus. Students of the school on Thursday morning refused to eat breakfast and declined to take part […]
Ghanaian scientist Martin Agyemang honoured by German Research Minister. Berlin 10/11/2014 – Today, the German Federal Minister of Education and Research Prof Johanna Wanka honoured Ghanaian scientist Martin Agyemang during a festive ceremony in the new ministry building in Berlin. The young researcher is one of only 25 ‘green’ visionaries selected as “Green Talents 2014”.
WAEC releases 2014 WASSCE results The provisional results of candidates who wrote the May/June 2014 West Africa Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) have been released by the West African Examinations Council (WAEC). Candidates can now check their results online at the WAEC website using a scratch card sold at the various WAEC offices across the country. Candidates who owed school […]
Aligns with Samsung’s global vision of developing the necessary skills for the future Akuapim South District, Ghana – 12 Augusts 2014 – Samsung Electronics West Africa and the Korean Education and Research Information Service (KERIS), in collaboration with the government of Ghana, this week launched the first Solar Powered Internet School (SPIS) in the country.
Platform for Elite Teachers Against NAGRAT Nationwide Strike. The Upper West Regional branch of the Platform for Elite Teachers (PET) has kicked against the medium that NAGRAT and the Coalition of Concerned Teachers intend to use to solve the grievances of teachers. Read the press release below. A PRESS CONFERENCE IN PROTEST OF INTENDED NATIONWIDE TEACHERS STRIKE Having added our […]
2014 May/June WASSCE Begins Today Candidates across the nation will begin the May/June West Africa Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) today. Professor Naana Jane Opoku-Agyemang, the Minister of Education has urged all candidates to conduct themselves in accordance with the rules and regulations governing the examination.
2013 WASSCE SHS Rankings- Full List The WASSCE league table was compiled by the Statistics, Research, Information, Management and Public Relations (SRIMPR) Division of the Ministry of Education. The total number of schools were 716. [Click here to see the full list. If you would like to download the pdf, right-click and select ‘save link as’] 2013 WASSCE- Top Senior […]
Senior High School Intake Increases Some senior high schools (SHSs) in the country have increased the number of enrollment for the 2013/2014 academic year. This was partly due to the two batches of final-year students who completed SHS last year, thereby leaving quite an appreciable number of vacancies in the respective schools.
University of Ghana Suspends Road Tolls The University of Ghana has suspended collection of road tolls from motorists who use their school roads with immediate effect. The announcement was made by the Vice Chancellor of the school Ernest Professor Aryeetey at a Press Briefing Friday.
Kweku Baako: As A Ghanaian, I Am Sad Managing Editor of the New Crusading Guide newspaper, Abdul Malik Kweku Baako Jnr says attempts by numerous authorities to prevent University of Ghana (UG) from collecting user charges and the university’s unwillingness to adhere to public outcry is ‘a vote for constitutional lawlessness’.