Who in his right senses chooses training in Microsoft Office over LMS? Edem chides Hon. Adutwum 

Eric Edem Agbana, the maverick deputy National Youth Organizer of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) has chided the Minister of Education, Hon. Adutwum over the alleged GALOP scandal. Mr Agbana states that upon presentation of documents to the World Bank, the organization questioned the Ministry of Education why the

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We’ve not squandered any $1.2 million World Bank money – Education Minister denies claims

Education Minister Dr Yaw Osei Adutwum has debunked allegations of possible underhand dealings in a $1.2 million World Bank-sponsored training program for teachers in public schools. In the Minister’s response, he indicated that the money has not been squandered as being carried out in some media reports revealing that the

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We are working to resolve accommodation issues at public universities

Public universities have been battling accommodation challenges as admission numbers surge and to address these challenges government has earmarked Ghc400 million to invest in the area. In recent times, students at public universities such as the University of Ghana, Ghana Institute of Journalism and the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science

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People are politically motivated to criticize the One Teacher, One Laptop policy – Education Minister

Education Minister Dr Yaw Osei Adutwum is not perturbed by naysayers of the One Teacher, One Laptop policy as he solidly defended the said policy. The reason, why he is not going to be discouraged from carrying out such a policy, was the fact that it has helped in enhancing

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Minority in Parliament set to haul Education for ‘lying’ about Mahama E-blocks

The Education Minister, Dr Yaw Osei Adutwum, has been accused by the Minority in Parliament of peddling falsehood when he told Parliament that the government has not abandoned any school block started by the former Mahama administration. Before the NDC lost power in 2016, the Mahama administration began construction of

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A D7 should not stop a student from accessing University education – Kofi Asare

Mr Kofi Asare, the Executive Director of African Education Watch supports the directive to universities to admit students with grade D7. He said in an interview that, it makes no sense for students with D7 in Mathematics and B2 or even a better grade in French to be denied admission

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