LGBT Curriculum MUST Be Taught to Children In Schools – Former GES Director-General Says

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Former Director-General of Ghana Education Service (GES), Charles Aheto-Tsegah has called for the inclusion of LGBTQI as a subject in the curriculum in schools. Mr Tsegah in his opinion thinks the study of LGBTQI (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, and Intersex) will position children well in making decisions concerning their life. READ ALSO: Photos of … Read more

GES Dismisses And Bars Indisciplined Students From Completing Exams – Teachers Involved In Allegation Banned From Invigilating

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The Ghana Education Service has swiftly reacted following recent violence in some Senior High Schools in Ghana. There have been viral videos where some SHS students from Tweneboah Koduah Senior High School and Tokoradi College misbehaved after writing one of their WASSCE papers. READ ALSO: Busted! – Tracey Boakye’s East Legon House Is Allegedly A … Read more

Ghana Education Service Introduces New School Uniforms For JHS Students

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Apparently, every government wants to leave a legacy that will be changed and erased by the next government ─ and this is the case of Ghana Education Service introducing new school uniforms for Junior High School students.

This is the same government that couldn’t finance the printing of examination questions for schools and instructed teachers to write questions on blackboards.

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Kumasi High School Assistant Headmaster Suspended Over An*s Chopping Allegations

54-year-old Assistant Headmaster at Kumasi High School (KUHIS) George Amponsah-Duodu, has been suspended by the Ghana Education Service for allegedly ‘chopping down’ male students of the school.

The Assistant Headmaster whose core responsibilities is to ensure general discipline on campus has been accused by some male students of the school for sodomising them.

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North Hills International School Donates to Public Schools Within the La Nkwantanang – Madina Municipal Assembly

Madam Bernice (left) Presenting items to Mrs Assan

Madam Bernice (left) Presenting items to Mrs Assan
Madam Bernice (left) Presenting items to Mrs Assan

North Hills International School has made a special presentation to public schools within the La Nkwantanang – Madina Municipal Assembly through the Municipal Education office.
The school donated books, stationery, provisions, and other educational materials to support the education directorate’s program dubbed “My First Day at School.”

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92% Of 2017 BECE Candidates Receive Placement Into Free SHS Program – GES

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The Ghana Education Service have announced the placement of students who wrote this year’s Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE) into numerous Senior High Schools across the country.
A statement released by the Service and dated 31st August, 2017, reveals that 92% of students who took the exams qualified to be placed into SHS across the country.

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BECE Supervisors Allegedly Taking Ghc 10 To Allow Students To Cheat

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Some supervisors in the Greater Accra Region are allegedly taking as low as Ghc 10 from students to allow them the free rein to cheat in the ongoing Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE).

Other examiners are also alleged to have made arrangements with schools, taking Ghc 200 so they are more lenient on their students during the exams.

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Caning Of Students Is Illegal – GES

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The Ghana Education Service have reiterated that caning of students is illegal and any teacher who does it faces disciplinary actions.

The Service issued a statement on the issue, noting that despite the illegality of the practice, teachers still use it in schools all across the country.

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