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Education Minster, Dr. Matthew Opoku Prempeh has emphasised the role digital intelligence can play in protecting children from harmful effects of online technology including gambling, falling prey to child molestation and inappropriate conduct.

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Two US NGOs Build Yamoransa Model ICT Lab For Betenase Community
 
 Sep-23:  
University Of Ghana Admits 28,149 Students For 2018/2019 Academic Year
 
 Sep-21:  
We’re Ready For Free SHS Students– VC
 
 Sep-20:  
Prempeh College Honours Tullow Ghana Limited For Laboratory Block Promoting STEM
 
 Sep-19:  
Las Liberty School Set To Provide Top-Notch World Class Education
 Sep-19:  
KNUST Sanction Six Students For Accommodating Opposite Sex After 10pm
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Katanga Alumni Reject Girls
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Tuition Yet To Take Off In Some SHSs
 Sep-19:  
Accra College Of Education Alumni Appeals To Gov’t To Appoint Old Student As Principal
 
 Sep-18:  
Double Track System Should Be Revised Into A Day Model - Kofi Akpaloo
 
 Sep-17:  
Vigilant Global Donates Computers To Mfantsipim
 Sep-17:  
More Children To Access Quality Education — President Akufo-Addo
 Sep-17:  
Total Ghana Empowers Young People Through Its Young Graduate Programme
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Don’t Listen To The ‘Professional Jeremiahs’; Double Track Will Not Fail – Akufo-Addo
 Sep-17:  
Minister Dissolves Prempeh College Board
 
 Sep-16:  
Zoomlion Starts Massive Fumigation & Pest Control Exercise In Senior High Schools
 
 Sep-14:  
Vice Chancellors Ghana Endorse Prof. Afful-Broni As UEW VC
 Sep-14:  
Fate Of 20 JHS Graduates In Limbo As WAEC Refuses To Release Results Despite Court Order
 Sep-14:  
Malpractices Mark First Teacher Licensure Exam
 Sep-14:  
Rural Teachers Deserve Better Conditions Of Service - MP
 
 Sep-13:  
Former POTAG President Chastises Politicians Over Double-Track System
 Sep-13:  
SHS Double-Track System Better Than ‘Double-Track Streetism’
 Sep-13:  
Additional Non-Teaching Staff Needed To Sustain Double Track System – TEWU
 Sep-13:  
Double Track System, Best Equalizer For Social Inclusion And Poverty Elevation
 
 Sep-12:  
Heritage Bank Supports Govt’s Flagship Program with Thousands Of Mathematics Revision Books
 Sep-12:  
Treat ‘Gov’t To Convert Single Sex Schools’ Story With Contempt – Ministry
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Double Track Takes Off Smoothly
 
 Sep-11:  
GES Directs First Year Students To Carry Valid NHIS Cards
 Sep-11:  
'Parents To Supply One-Off Items If…' - Director-General GES
 
 Sep-10:  
Cape Coast: Teacher Licensure Exam Candidates Left In Limbo
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GES Trains Maths, Science And ICT Teachers
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Gov't: Double Track Students Will Have Same Benefits Regarding Extra-Curricular Activities
 
 Sep-09:  
Non-Formal Education Transforms Into Alternative Education Agency
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Double Track System: Vacation Classes To Be Held In Churches – GES
 
 Sep-08:  
North Hills International School Donates to Public Schools Within the Municipality
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Understanding The School Placement And Double Track Systems
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40 SHS Run Double Track System In BA
 
 Sep-07:  
Extra Curricula Activities Won’t Change Under Double Track System
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Teachers Give Nod To Licensure Exam
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Government Will Place More Emphasis On TVET - Minister
 
 Sep-05:  
423,134 Students Secure SHS Placement
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Trainee Teachers Run From License Exams
 
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We Shall Support Science, Maths And Technology Education - SSNIT Board Chair
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Double Track SHS: Over 60,000 Students Not Placed Under CSSPS
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President Hints Of Making Education Compulsory
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GES To Release Placement Of Students Of Double-Track SHS System Today
 
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