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Most Ghanaians were keyed up when President John Dramani Mahama pledged to continue with the 7 Year Development plan of Dr Kwame Nkrumah which was re-designed as "Vision 2020" by former Presidents Rawlings and Mills.
Ysgol Dyffryn Nantlle makes most progress, according to our Real Schools Guide - with great performances from all over North Wales Ysgol Dyffryn Nantlle was the most improved secondary school in North Wales last year, according to a detailed analysis of education performance.
We have all been tweens, and we know that it is a difficult stage in life. Today that adolescence is compounded by sophisticated technology and continued peer pressure.
Almost two million infants will receive a free lunch from today under a new A 1 billion scheme, amid ongoing concerns about its cost.
Sharing regular family meals with children may help protect them from the effects of cyberbullying, according to a study by McGill professor Frank Elgar, Institute for Health and Social Policy.
Inspectors visited 12 schools run by the Academies Enterprise Trust and found too many pupils were "not receiving a good enough education".
The Tamale Metropolitan Directorate of Education has set up a committee to investigate the alleged fraud perpetrated by Mr Khamil Wemah, the man at the centre of the controversial Tamale Sex Scandal.
A FORMER history teacher has taken up the challenge of putting his stamp on future education in Barry's all-girl secondary school as he takes on his new role as head teacher.
A student argues with a pro-Beijing protester outside a briefing by central government officials at AsiaWorld-Expo on Monday.
As kids all across the country once again set their alarms for back-to-school wake-up calls, one group of doctors says if those students don't snooze, they could lose.
Preliminary design plans for Rototuna's new junior and senior high school have been signed off by the school's establishment board and are out for tender.
THE BOARD of School Committee had one of those meetings last week, the kind that stretches past midnight and that, in this case, featured a protracted debate about hiking the tuition for drivers ed by $50 , among many other things.
Frequently falling over, difficulty walking up and down stairs, poor hand-eye co-ordination, short-term memory, lack of spatial awareness, difficulty getting dressed or applying make-up and illegible handwriting - these are just some of the familiar, physical symptoms for people affected by dyspraxia, whatever your age.
Efforts to stop teens and tweens from sharing nude or sexually explicit images using their smartphones are taking new forms and new urgency these days.
You are not a STEM person. And you are tired of hearing about all those lucrative jobs waiting for you if you simply major in Petroleum Engineering, Biomedical Engineering, Computer Engineering or a whole range of other techy, mathy, science-y subjects that you find lethal to your life purpose and as boring as a Vince Gilligan acceptance speech.
Parents will have the power to formally assess how principals perform and school councils will get new authority to shape the way classrooms are run, under a controversial shake-up of the education system.
Updated: Tue Sep 02, 2014 05:04 am
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