COLLEGES OF EDUCATION- GHANA
ADMISSION TO THE FORTY-SIX (46) PUBLIC COLLEGES OF EDUCATION 2018/2019 ACADEMIC YEAR
Applications are invited from suitably qualified candidates for admission to the NEW FOUR YEAR BACHELOR OF EDUCATION (B.Ed)DEGREE PROGRAMME in the Forty-Six (46) Public Colleges of Education in Ghana for the 2018/2019 academic year.
Admission Requirements: Continue reading Application for Admission into Ghana Colleges of Education 2018/2019 Academic Year
Graduate teachers across the country are beginning an indefinite strike from today, April 4, 2018 to demand the payment of their salary arrears.
The National Association of Graduate Teachers (NAGRAT) at a press conference said since 2013, their salary adjustments and promotions have not been effected and until that is done, they will not return to the classroom. Continue reading Graduate Teachers Begin Indefinite Strike
The next batch of students admitted by the Teacher Training Colleges will pursue direct four-year Bachelor of Education while Diploma of Education graduates would have an opportunity for only a year’s top-up. Continue reading Teacher training colleges to begin 4-year Bachelor of Education courses
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
The Coalition of Concerned Teachers (CCT), is threatening a nationwide industrial action if the government fails to pay teachers’ salary arrears by close of March 2018. Continue reading Concerned Teachers threaten strike again over unpaid arrears
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.
Continue reading Nkwanta-North Director of Education sacked for embezzling GH¢68,000 of capitation grant
Politicians dont have any logical priority and good standards for Education in Ghana.
A lot of Basic schools dont have text books, teachers are not well paid, No computers to teach ICT, No libraries, No classroom buildings and many other deficiencies. a lot of teachers can attest to this fact. We dont have the basics right. Continue reading Free Secondary Education In Ghana From A Teacher’s Perspective
Some Ghanaian parents dont care about the academic welfare of their children in school. They see school as a free baby sitting centre to dump their kids. They dont care to provide their children with exercise books, text books, pens, pencils etc. As at now(second day of second week since school reopened) some pupils in my class dont have exercise books or pen. Is it poverty, a curse or ignorance or is it irresponsibility of parents.
Continue reading Basic Schools Just Free Centre for Dumping Kids – Parents Careless About Kids Academic Welfare
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 5 MATHEMATICS FIRST TERM SCHEME OF WORK – WEEKLY FORECAST BASED ON GHANA EDUCATION SERVICE GES SYLLABUS FOR GHANA SCHOOLS
Continue reading Primary Five First Term Mathematics Scheme of Work – Weekly Forecast Based On GES Syllabus for Ghana Schools