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A total number of 19,181 graduate teachers have started their National Service across the country.

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 Jan-18:  
Technical Universities Urged To Concentrate On Core Mandate
 
 Jan-17:  
Comply Strictly With Stipulated Fees, GES Directs SHS Heads
 
 Jan-16:  
New Tertiary Placement Policy Coming
 
 Jan-15:  
GES Clarifies Academic Calendar
 Jan-15:  
We’ll Meet With GES Over Suspension Of PTA Dues – National Council Of PTA
 
 Jan-14:  
Twumkrom Community gets $350,000 multi-purpose education facility
 Jan-14:  
Students Loan Trust Disburses GH¢20.4m To Applicants
 Jan-14:  
GES Suspends PTA Dues In SHSs
 
 Jan-13:  
Gov’t To Introduce Centralized Admissions System For Universities
 Jan-13:  
Government secures 60 million dollar facility for UHAS
 
 Jan-11:  
GES Revises Syllabi Of Basic, SHSs
 
 Jan-09:  
Education Ministry to provide computers to basic schools nationwide
 Jan-09:  
GES clarifies the SHS Double-Track Academic Calendar
 Jan-09:  
NGO takes teachers through interactive teaching methods in VR
 Jan-09:  
UGBS-ED Opens Registration For Their Short Courses From February 2019
 
 Jan-08:  
Humphrey Asigbe Emerges Winner Of Ghana Library Year Of Reading Logo Hackathon
 Jan-08:  
ADISCO, Nandom Heads ‘Hot’- For Violation Of GES Procedures
 
 Jan-06:  
Double Track Students Back To School
 
 Jan-04:  
GES Announces Reopening Dates For SHSs
 
 Dec-24:  
AIT Board of Trustees Swears-in New Member
 
 Dec-19:  
Ghana, Morroco To Deepen Relations Through Education
 
 Dec-15:  
Stop Politicising The Free SHS Vacation Classes – Prof Yankah
 
 Dec-14:  
Tempane SHS Closed Down Over Student’s Agitation
 
 Dec-13:  
AIT Graduates Fifth Batch of PhDs
 
 Dec-11:  
Seth Terkper Urges HTU To Introduce Oil And Gas Courses
 Dec-11:  
307 Double Track Students Start Extra Classes In Bawku
 
 Dec-10:  
Strategic Policy Initiatives To Foster The Vibrant Growth Of Private Tertiary Universities - Rev. Prof. Larbi
 
 Dec-03:  
GIJ Riots: No Shut Down, Exams Continue Today – Management
 
 Nov-29:  
Rethink Quotas For Nursing Training Institutions
 Nov-29:  
Gov’t Secures $100m To Upgrade Facilities In Technical Institutions
 
 Nov-28:  
WAEC Releases 2018 Private Candidates’ Results
 
 Nov-27:  
NSS Releases Postings of 16,175 Newly Trained Teachers For 2018/2019 Service Year
 Nov-27:  
Free SHS Has Saved 270,000 Students – Bawumia
 Nov-27:  
2018 WASSCE For Private Candidates - WAEC Withholds 2160 Results
 
 Nov-26:  
Deputy Minister For Education Launches Book Booths Initiative
 Nov-26:  
You Can Reach Your Goals Through Reading - EL
 Nov-26:  
We Want Our Children To Become Reading Children - Obour
 Nov-26:  
My Father Influenced My Reading Habit - Ramah Brew
 Nov-26:  
Obour Urges Parents To Buy Indigenous Books
 Nov-26:  
“Reading Gives Me An Opportunity To Learn About Other People’s Way Of Life” - Dzifa Gomashie
 Nov-26:  
GBDC Provides Book Booths To Basic Schools To Promote Reading
 Nov-26:  
Gov’t Secures $100m Funding For Technical Universities Upgrade
 
 Nov-23:  
Ghana, Guinea To Exchange Teachers
 
 Nov-22:  
UK Government Announce New Approach To Education In Ghana
 
 Nov-21:  
Prospective Teacher Trainees To Apply Through 5 Varsities
 Nov-21:  
NUGS Apologizes For The Abrupt End Of Congress 
 Nov-21:  
GIJ, NAFTI And GIL To Be Merged Into One University
 Nov-21:  
Antibiotics Abuse Among Female SHS Students Alarming — Study
 Nov-21:  
Universities Now Responsible For Sale Of Colleges Of Education Forms
 Nov-21:  
Stakeholders Urged To Support Free SHS Policy
 
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