Stakeholders urge MoE and GES to ensure an incident-free NST

As the Ministry of Education, Ghana Education Service and their partners gear up for Ghana’s first National Standardized Test, some stakeholders in the sector have advised organizers of the test to take a critical look at the test reports for them to achieve the intended purpose of improving teaching and

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GES to conduct National Standardized Test for basic school pupils

In order to improve the standard in Ghana’s education system a National Standardized Test is to be carried out across the country from December 17, 2021. Class four pupils in the public schools are to take Numeracy and Literacy tests. This will be their first external assessment in monitoring their

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Education Ministry terminates contracts of 27 E-block contractors

Issues regarding the E-blocks by the erstwhile Mahama administration that took centre stage a few days has come up again following a revelation by the Education Ministry that contracts of about 27 contractors working on such schools have been terminated. The slow pace of work especially is one of the

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You sited E-blocks at places students cannot access – Education Ministry replies NDC

The Ministry of Education has dismissed reports by members of the Minority Caucus of the Education Committee in Parliament that E-blocks commenced under the erstwhile Mahama administration in 2013 as part of efforts to expand infrastructure in implementing the progressively free Senior High School policy have been abandoned. Although the

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We have reached an agreement with UTAG to not go on strike – Education Ministry

The Education Ministry has sought to allay the fears of Ghanaian students over the threat of strike action by members of the University Teachers Association of Ghana UTAG stating that they have reached an agreement with the members of UTAG. The meeting between the Education Ministry and UTAG was necessary

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