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Teachers urged to be dedicated to early Childhood Dev’t

By: Shallom Lumor|MyKuulFMonline| May 4, 2017 Early Childhood Teachers have been urged to put in their maximum efforts in educating pupils, since the success of every child depends on the hard work of the pre-school teachers.  Pre-school teachers are the foundation of every child hence they are required to be …

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Prof. Adei advocates ‘total decentralization’ of Basic education System

By: Kald|MyKuulFMonline.com| April 29, 2017 Professor Stephen Adei, former Rector of GIMPA is advocating for a total decentralization of the management of the country’s basic educational system, with head teachers given absolute autonomy to efficiently run the schools. According to him, the fallen standards of education at the basic level, …

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KNUST Alumni biennial congress held in Ho

By: Kald|MyKuulFMonline| April 28, 2017   The 9th biennial congress of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) alumni has ended in the Volta regional of Ho. The event which was held at the auditorium of the Ho Technical University on Friday, was on the theme, “Re-engineering funding …

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Teachers trained in e-Readers Library Model

By: Shallom Lumor Fourteen  basic school teachers  have received training on E-Readers Model library organized by Pencils of Promise on Thursday. The teachers were drawn from Lakpo D.A  and Sokode Ando Primary Schools in the Ho municipality. The E- Readers Library Model, which is  being  piloted in the two schools …

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Volta Region Teachers top ‘ghost’ names on Gov’t payroll

By Shallom Lumor Volta Region has the highest number of teachers who were unable to undergo the Social Security and National Insurance Trust (SSNIT) Biometric Registration with 1441 teachers out of the 26,589 recorded employees. The  Regional Director of Education, Mr Alexander Buadi who made the revelation at the  52nd …

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Educationist urged Private Universities to review system

By: GBC| April 28, 2017 Dean of The Center for International Education and Collaboration of the University of Professional Studies, UPSA, Prof Goski Alabi, has challenged Vice Chancellors of the private Universities to oppose any form of intimidation from the accreditation councils and affiliate Universities that undermines quality education. At …

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UHAS land owners to sue Gov’t again over delayed Compensation

By: Citi Online| April 27, 2017 Owners of the land hosting the University of Health and Allied Sciences (UHAS) in Ho in the Volta Region have issued a ten-day ultimatum to the government to pay them their compensation or face their wrath. The landowners claim that, the current administration has …

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NGO donates Learning items to deprived schools

By: Jemima Achivors|Kuul News| April 21, 2017 The Integrated Rural Development Initiative (IRDI), a Ho-based not-for-profit entity has presented drawing boards with T-squares and Mathematical sets to final year students of four deprived Junior High Schools (JHSs) in the Ho Municipality. The beneficiary Schools are; Ziavi-Adukorfe, Sokode-Ando, Hodzo-Aviefe and Ho …

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Teachers Stranded at Volta Education directorate over Bio registration

By: Kald|MykuulFMonline.com|April 20, 2017 Several hundreds of newly recruited teachers, who travelled to the Volta Regional Directorate of Education office in Ho to have their data captured in a biometric registration on Thursday, were left stranded due to absence of the registration officials from Accra. The teachers, some of whom …

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Bolga Poly students protest Ghc70k ‘rickety’ bus purchase

By: MykuulFMonline.com|April 19, 2017 Students at the Bolgatanga Polytechnic in the Upper East region are up in arms against the executives of the Students’ Representative Council (SRC) for expending a whopping Ghc 70,000 on a ‘rickety’ 12-seater bus. According to a StarrFMonline.com report, angry students, whose dues were taken to …

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