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Teacher Accommodation Challenges at Obenyemi M/A JHS: DEOP To the Rescue

The accommodation plight of teachers of the Obenyemi M/A Junior High School (JHS) in the Yilo Krobo municipality of the Eastern region are now over, thanks to Rite FM’s DEOP II project whose monitoring exercise uncovered the predicament of the teachers. ...

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Brukum Agavenya L/A School: Headmaster Laments Over Infrastructural Challenges

Headmaster of the Brukum Agavenya L/A Junior High School (JHS) in the Yilo Krobo Municipality of the Eastern Region, Mr. Michael Teye is calling for urgent steps to address the infrastructural challenges threatening the existence of the school. The challenges, ...

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Free Technical and Vocational Education: NVTI Applauds Government’s Decision

The National Vocational Training Institute, NVTI has lauded the president of the Republic, Nana Addo Dankwah Akufo Addo and his government for their resolve to provide free Vocational and Technical Education from the next academic year. The free technical education ...

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Teacher, Student Relationships Unhealthy – Guidance and Counseling Coordinator

The Guidance and Counseling Coordinator in the Yilo Krobo municipality has expressed grave concern over the pervasive teacher, student relationships in most schools in the country. According to Madam Maku Teye, such unhealthy relationships have the potential of breaking down ...

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Let Students’ Health Remain a Priority – SHEP Coordinator to Parents

Coordinator for the School Health Environmental Protection (SHEP) For the Lower Manya Krobo Municipality has emphasized the need for massive sensitization for parents in the various communities concerning the hearing and seeing abilities of students and pupils in the various ...

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Renowned Poet Criticizes Approach to Teaching Poetry in Schools

A playwright and Poet, Mr. Oswald Okaitei has underscored the need for students to take poetry lessons seriously. The author of many books including ‘TEARS and joy at 60’ and ‘The Sailors sail is over’ who described poetry as ‘a ...

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Parents Urged To Show Commitment to Their Wards’ Education

The Member of Parliament for the Asuogyaman constituency, Hon Apem Nyarko has urged parents to show commitment to their wards’ education to make them responsible adults in future. The Hon MP speaking in an interview with Rite News  said parents ...

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ER GNAT Marks International Women’s Day at Somanya

The Eastern Regional chapter of the Ghana National Association of Teachers (GNAT Ladies Societies) on Thursday, March 8 joined the World to celebrate this year’s International Women’s Day at the Somanya Technical Institute. The theme for the celebration was; “Empowering ...

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Yilo State Special School Calls For Help

Established in 2009, the Special School for Intellectual Disability And Down Syndrome in the Yilo State basic school in the Yilo Krobo Municipality of the Eastern Region, with a current population of 17 pupils, is confronted with some challenges that ...

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Take another Look at Curriculum of Agric Training Colleges – Minister

Minister of State In-charge of Agriculture, Dr Nurah Gyeile has reiterated calls on the Ministry of Food and Agriculture (MOFA) to take another look at the curriculum of the country’s agricultural training schools. According to him, most students after studying ...

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