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Which school takes the trophy 🏆 : FINALS OF KUAPA KOOKO INTER-TERTIARY DEBATE

In celebrating its 25th Anniversary, Kuapa Kooko in alliance with Millennium Promise took a great initiative to involve students from tertiary institutions in a debate forum on the necessary issues bothering the slow growth of cocoa production. Various topics were given to students to debate on. This auspicious day has …

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Entrepreneurship to be introduced at basic school level

Minisiter for Business Development, Mohamed Awal has revealed basic school students could soon be learning entrepreneurship as part of the education curricula. At a meeting with entrepreneurs in Kumasi, he said discussions are ongoing with the Ghana Education Service for the introduction of the subject. “If you introduce entrepreneurship education …

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KNUST beats University of Ghana to qualify for the finals of kokoo Inter-Tertiary Debate.

Another day of exceptional display of educational excellence from our various tertiary institutions at the British Council auditorium on the 30th of April, 2018. Being in the room of great youthful educators mesmerizes me as they exhibit strong sense of intelligence. Kuapa Kokoo Inter-Tertiary debate second phase has taken a …

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Know the new guideline for SHS placement

The Computerised Schools Selection and Placement System (CSSPS) has introduced new policy guidelines for the placement of candidates of this year’s Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE) into senior high schools (SHSs) and technical institutes (TIs). The policy guidelines, which aim at ensuring the smooth placement of BECE candidates, follow a …

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Private universities should introduce more distance programmes-NAB

Executive Secretary of the National Accreditation Board (NAB), Mr Kwame Dattey, has urged private universities to consider introducing more distance programmes on their satellite campuses. This, he said, would go a long way to help curb enrolment figures from the free senior high school (SHS) beneficiaries. He said the reality …

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