Africa Education Watch threatens to petition Special Prosecutor over MoE’s GALOP contract

Education think tank, Africa Education Watch has expressed its reservations about details in a contract between the Education Ministry and TANIT limited and threatened to petition the special prosecutor about the situation. The think tank is pushing for a legal suit from the Education Ministry to demand a refund of

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Adopt more punitive measures to stop examination malpractice – Kofi Asare

Mr Kofi Asare, Executive director of Education think tank, Africa Education Watch has called for more punitive measures to tackle the examination malpractice. Students of two schools in the Upper East Region vandalized properties on Tuesday after they were allegedly denied the chance to cheat in the ongoing Technical and

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Tell stakeholders how you intend to resolve feeding problems in schools – Eduwatch to Finance Minister

An Education think tank, African Education Watch is calling for further details on plans being put in place by the Finance Ministry to settle the over three hundred million debt owed food suppliers. According to the Education Think Tank  Finance Minister, Ken Ofori-Atta during the mid-year budget review could not

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Stop wasting resources, feed only needy students – Kofi Asare

Kofi Asare, Executive Director of the education think tank, Africa Education Watch, has waded into the food shortage situation in some senior high schools by questioning the propriety of spending huge sums of money feeding boarders at the senior high level while many schools across the country still lack basic

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Low investment in education is responsible for falling educational standards in Ghana – Kofi Asare

Governments’ failure to heavily invest in the education sector according to the Executive director of Africa Education Watch Kofi Asare, is a contributing factor to Ghana’s falling education standards. He bemoaned how the lack of investment in the education sector has stifled various basic schools of the resources needed to

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Funding problems in schools should be blamed on the Finance Ministry – Eduwatch boss

Mr Kofi Asare, Executive Director of Africa Education Watch, has bemoaned toll the financial constraints have taken on the education sector in Ghana. He described the capitation grant, for example, as a “Trojan horse” because of its attendant challenges attributing the consistent funding problems in Ghana’s education sector to failings

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Scrap allowance and provide a better student loan scheme – Africa Education Watch

A robust student loan system has been advocated for by the education think tank, Africa Education Watch to replace the payment of allowances and feeding grants to trainees of public Colleges of Education. A debate sparked out about whether such grants and feeding allowances paid teacher trainees should be scrapped

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