GES reviews policy on use of mobile phones in schools; says students can bring their phones, laptops and others

The Ghana Education Service (GES) will soon allow students the leeway to send their smart phones, laptops as well as other electronic gadgets to school. Deputy Minister for Education, Dr. Yaw Osei Adutwum, speaking on ‘Beyond The Lockdown’ on JoyNews Sunday, and monitored by said the GES was earnestly reviewing the policy which barred the use […]

Phasing out double-track: 766 abandoned and new structures to be completed across Ghana

About 766 abandoned and new structures will be completed across the country, especially in schools running the double-track system, to provide enough classrooms to phase out the system for second-year students from September this year can report. Currently, some have already broken ground to commence work and have been given six months to complete […]

Free SHS Brouhaha: Government earmarks 1.5 billion for educational infrastructure

In preparation towards absorbing the high number of graduates of senior high schools as a result of the Free SHS policy, government has earmarked 1.5 billion cedis for educational infrastructure across the country. Out of the amount, 500 million cedis will go into the completion of all uncompleted GETFUND facilities in the various universities. There […]