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Out of a total of 43,215 applications received, the University of Ghana was able to admit 28,149 students for the 2018/2019 academic year, representing about 65 per cent of the total applications received.

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Accra College Of Education Alumni Appeals To Gov’t To Appoint Old Student As Principal
 
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Double Track System Should Be Revised Into A Day Model - Kofi Akpaloo
 
 Sep-17:  
Vigilant Global Donates Computers To Mfantsipim
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Total Ghana Empowers Young People Through Its Young Graduate Programme
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Don’t Listen To The ‘Professional Jeremiahs’; Double Track Will Not Fail – Akufo-Addo
 Sep-17:  
Minister Dissolves Prempeh College Board
 
 Sep-16:  
Zoomlion Starts Massive Fumigation & Pest Control Exercise In Senior High Schools
 
 Sep-14:  
Vice Chancellors Ghana Endorse Prof. Afful-Broni As UEW VC
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Fate Of 20 JHS Graduates In Limbo As WAEC Refuses To Release Results Despite Court Order
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Malpractices Mark First Teacher Licensure Exam
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Rural Teachers Deserve Better Conditions Of Service - MP
 
 Sep-13:  
Former POTAG President Chastises Politicians Over Double-Track System
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SHS Double-Track System Better Than ‘Double-Track Streetism’
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Additional Non-Teaching Staff Needed To Sustain Double Track System – TEWU
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Double Track System, Best Equalizer For Social Inclusion And Poverty Elevation
 
 Sep-12:  
Heritage Bank Supports Govt’s Flagship Program with Thousands Of Mathematics Revision Books
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Treat ‘Gov’t To Convert Single Sex Schools’ Story With Contempt – Ministry
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Double Track Takes Off Smoothly
 
 Sep-11:  
GES Directs First Year Students To Carry Valid NHIS Cards
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 Sep-10:  
Cape Coast: Teacher Licensure Exam Candidates Left In Limbo
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GES Trains Maths, Science And ICT Teachers
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Gov't: Double Track Students Will Have Same Benefits Regarding Extra-Curricular Activities
 
 Sep-09:  
Non-Formal Education Transforms Into Alternative Education Agency
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Double Track System: Vacation Classes To Be Held In Churches – GES
 
 Sep-08:  
North Hills International School Donates to Public Schools Within the Municipality
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Understanding The School Placement And Double Track Systems
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 Sep-07:  
Extra Curricula Activities Won’t Change Under Double Track System
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Teachers Give Nod To Licensure Exam
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Government Will Place More Emphasis On TVET - Minister
 
 Sep-05:  
423,134 Students Secure SHS Placement
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Trainee Teachers Run From License Exams
 
 Sep-04:  
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Akufo-Addo Hints Of Legislation To Make Education Compulsory
 
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MoE Lauds NSS For Pickup Donation To GES
 
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