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Monthly Archives: December 2016

G.E.S. reinstates AUGUSCO headmaster

The Ghana Education Service (GES), has reinstated Joseph Connel, as the headmaster of St Augustine’s College. This comes after the GES interdicted Mr. Connel following a Ministry of Education investigation establishing that he had allegedly charged unapproved fees. A letter from the St Augustine’s Past Students Union (APSU), addressed to the GES …

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Feeding grant to delay Re-opening of SHSs in the North

The Conference of Heads of Assisted Secondary Schools (CHASS), is likely to postpone the reopening of second cycle institutions in the Northern Region because food suppliers have finally withdrawn their services. This is largely due to government’s failure to defray the accumulated feeding grants debt covering three academic terms. Students of …

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X-Mas Suicide: Teacher commits suicide on Christmas day

A young man was found hanging in his room at Adanse Fumso in the Ashanti region on Christmas Day under bizarre circumstances. The deceased who is a teacher in the area, took his life after reportedly failing to find solutions to his personal problems. Adansi District Police Commander, Superintendent Asubonteng …

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THE MOST BEAUTIFUL CHURCH REVEALED; WORSHIP IN LUXURY

New Creation Church is a megachurch in Singapore founded in 1984. The church currently has an average Sunday attendance of 33,000. It holds services at The Star Performing Arts Centre. It is a non-denominational church, and a member of the National Council of Churches of Singapore. It is also not affiliated …

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DREAM SCHOOLS: MOST BEAUTIFUL SCHOOLS IN THE WORLD REVEALED

Learning is meant to be a stimulating, invigorating, and engaging experience. So shouldn’t schools be equally awe-inspiring? Beautiful schools can be found all around the world — from Australia to Nigeria, Denmark to Cambodia. They teach kids the finer points of technology and provide first-time education to the underprivileged. Here …

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