The Ghana Education Service [GES], has warned that teachers in both private and public schools who inflict Corporal punishment on students would be appropriately dealt with per the guidelines of the service. Continue reading Respect ban on corporal punishment – GES warns teachers
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Candidates that are eligible for the ranks of Assistant Director 1 and 2 should go through the following questions.
1. Apart from formulating policies for the GES what are the other functions of the Ministry of Education? Continue reading GES Promotion Interview Sample Questions for Assistant Director 1 and 2
I have watched with surprise and difficulty, this few days how my colleagues in the service due for promotion have to go through lengths to fill forms to be submitted for their promotion at the regional office. Continue reading GES must go paperless in the application for promotion
The District Director of Education for Nkwanta-North in the Volta Region, Mr Maxwell Gyambiby-Ashong, has been sacked from the Ghana Education Service (GES) with immediate effect.
He was found to have embezzled GH¢68,000 of capitation grant meant for basic schools in the district.
PRIMARY 6 MATHEMATICS FIRST TERM SCHEME OF WORK – WEEKLY FORECAST BASED ON GHANA EDUCATION SERVICE GES SYLLABUS FOR GHANA SCHOOLS Continue reading Primary Six Mathematics First Term Scheme of Work – Weekly Forecast Based On GES Syllabus for Ghana Schools
PRIMARY 4 MATHEMATICS FIRST TERM SCHEME OF WORK – WEEKLY FORECAST BASED ON GHANA EDUCATION SERVICE GES SYLLABUS FOR GHANA SCHOOLS
Police in Dzodze, the District Capital of Ketu North of the Volta Region, are on a manhunt for six young men who in separate instances, allegedly defiled two teenagers on the night Junior High School (JHS) Students completed this year’s Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE). Continue reading B.E.C.E CANDIDATES DEFILED ON SEPARATE INSTANCES
Fifteen basic school teachers at Mpasaaso Number Two in the Ashanti Region have been transferred en bloc, upon request, over fears they could come under spell of black magic. Continue reading 15 teachers transferred over ‘juju’ scare
The Ghana Education Service (GES) is using
dubious and exploitative means to extort
money from graduates who want to gain
employment and contribute their quota to
national development as teachers, Dr Prince
Armah, Executive Director of VIAM Africa, has
said. Continue reading GES fleecing teacher applicants
Dr Prince Armah, Executive Director of