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15 May 2017

GES Bans Female Teachers From Wearing Miniskirts And Trousers

Female teachers in basic and second cycle institutions in the country have been banned from wearing skimpy dresses as well as trousers henceforth, a directive from the Ghana Education Service(GES) revealed. According to a letter signed by the Hohoe Municipal Director of Education Wordui Joseph K, teachers must distinguish themselves from the manner in which they dress at home [casually] and for officials duties warning that those who defy the directive in accordance with GES dress code will face sanctions. “No lady is allowed to put on a pair of trousers to work except during sporting activities. They can however put on...

District Education Director Vows To Deal With Absenteeism
30 April 2015

District Education Director Vows To Deal With Absenteeism

Mr Anthony Maxwell Amoako, the new District Director of Education for Amansie West, has warned that he would sanction basic school heads who condoned lateness and absenteeism by their staff. The move would help bring sanity into education in the District, which he said was seeing a decline, because of illegal mining activities (galamsey), which was a major cause of truancy and increase in school drop-outs. Mr Amoako was outlining his vision to basic heads, teaching /non teaching staff and education stakeholders at a maiden meeting after he took over from Mr. Samuel Kena, who retired last month The new director was the...

Increase The Use Of Practical Teaching Methods - Education Experts
22 April 2015

Increase The Use Of Practical Teaching Methods - Education Experts

Experts in education have called for an increase in the use of teaching and learning methods that are practical and centred on the learner in schools in Ghana. According to them, the performance of students or pupils could improve significantly if teachers engaged them in learning activities that promoted interests and understanding in the subjects being taught. Such learning activities, known as Active Learning methods, include role play, group work, creative writing, storytelling, simulation, experimentation and demonstration. They made the call at a ceremony in Tamale organised to showcase the successes of the Basic Education Quality Improvement Programme (BEQUIP), a project under which...

Israel Opens Scholarships For A Unique M.A. Program In Child Development
08 April 2015

Israel Opens Scholarships For A Unique M.A. Program In Child Development

The International School of the University of Haifa in Israel is accepting applications for scholarship for a one year Master’s Program in Child Development for developing countries in its Faculty of Social Sciences Center. Haifa University is considered to have the best Social Science departments amongst universities in Israel. The program is meant for students from different disciplines related to work with children: early childhood education, psychology, social work, nursing, law, speech pathology, physical therapy and OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY (#) with experience working with children and families. The International Master’s Program in Child Development was established with the goal of improving the lives of...

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