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First-year SHS students to report to school today

First-year SHS students to report to school today

Education, Ghana News
Despite calls for a reconsideration of the reopening date, first-year senior high school students nationwide are expected to commence reporting to their respective schools today. In defiance of the pleas from parents and other stakeholders to extend the reporting date, citing various reasons, the Ghana Education Service (GES) has maintained the December 4 date. In response to these concerns, Parliament has urged the Minister of Education to contemplate rescheduling the reopening date to the first week of January instead of Monday, December 4. However, despite Parliament's appeal, the Ghana Education Service (GES) has declined the request.https://cdn.vuukle.com/widgets/quiz.html?version=1.14.0Advertisement In a statement, the GES emphasised that "It is the expectation of manage...
Reinstate corporal punishment in schools – Prof. Adinkrah-Appiah

Reinstate corporal punishment in schools – Prof. Adinkrah-Appiah

Education, Ghana News
Ing. Prof. Kwadwo Adinkrah-Appiah, Vice-Chancellor of the Sunyani Technical University is advocating for the reinstatement of corporal punishment in schools. At the 63rd Speech and Prize-Giving Day of the Sunyani Senior High School, Prof. Adinkrah-Appiah expressed his concern about the increasing deterioration of discipline in schools nationwide. He attributes this trend to the Ghana Education Service's 2017 ban on all forms of corporal punishment. Prof. Adinkrah-Appiah said that the absence of corporal punishment has led to a laxity in the system, allowing students to engage in various deviant behaviours like smoking, alcoholism, armed robbery, and hooliganism without appropriate consequences.https://cdn.vuukle.com/widgets/quiz.html?version=1.11.12Advertisement He believes it...
Food shortage: Some SHS are yet to receive food supplies from Education Ministry

Food shortage: Some SHS are yet to receive food supplies from Education Ministry

Ghana News
Reports are that there is an anxious wait for food supplies in senior high schools across the country as students are hungry and forced to feed on the little available. In barely 24 hours, Heads of second-cycle schools in the Eastern Region will be making a strong push for a shutdown. They insist running the schools has become a herculean task. The situation is not any different in other schools. In the Upper West Region, schools are yet to receive the food items promised by the Ministry of Education. Students at Wa Technical School expressed their frustration with the food shortage in an interview with JoyNews’ Rafiq Salam. According to them, their studies have been affected as a result of the situation, adding that “most students have not even reported because of t...
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