Category Archives: Education

PROFANITY IN MUSIC INDUSTRY IN GHANA

There is a very high record of profanity in the music industry of Ghana in our current dispensation. Profanity is something that is not related to sacred or religious things. Ghana is well known for its cultural and traditional values and has been commended by many other countries in the past years. The high sudden […]

Cocoa farmers distribute 50,000 exercise books to schools in Ahafo

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The Asunafo North Municipal Co-operative Cocoa Farmers and Marketing Union believes in the Ahafo region and has donated over 5,000 exercise books to pubic and private schools in the Municipality. The union which started the initiative last year with 3,000 exercise books is also expected to support over 300 students in tertiary schools. Speaking at […]

Haphazard ARRANGEMENT OF ITEMS IS THE MAJOR CAUSE OF DOMESTIC FIRE IN THE COUNTRY.

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The Assistant Director of safety at the Ghana National Fire service (GNFS) Headquarters; Mr. Micheal Ato Korsah has charged Ghanaians to arrange their bedrooms to suit the standard of safety in order to curb the high rate of domestic fire outbreaks in the country.   Speaking on DFM, Mr Ato Korsah added that the Haphazard […]

WE ARE GRATEFUL MR PRESIDENT FOR BEING A GENERATIONAL THINKER AND DROPPING THE (CSE).

The controversial comprehensive s$xuality education (CSE), which has made a lot on the airwaves especially on political platforms for almost a week and more has finally been dropped by the president of the republic of Ghana. The youth, responsible and patriotic citizens are happy and grateful for the presidents decision on the CSE Mr Alfred […]

Philanthropist Donates To Abroma D/A JHS.

Mr. Edward Owusu-Korkor, a Philanthropist, has donated 100 furniture dual desk worth GHc8,000 to the Abroma D/A JHS, situated in the Afigya Kwabre North District of Ashanti Region. The chairs were donated alongside a well-furnished computer laboratory to the school with the purpose of helping solve the problem of furniture and improving ICT skills, hampering […]

Provide equipment for new curriculum – Mr. Kyeremeh urged Gov’t

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Mr. Kyeremeh Peter, the proprietor of KAFAPEE Preparatory school at Ayeasu Camp in the Techiman North constituency, has urged the government to provide all equipment for the new curriculum. According to him, there are a lot of practical works in the new curriculum which demand a lot of equipment. Story by Emmanuel koranteng. |DFM|DIKODER.COM

CSSPS Placement troubles could have been avoided- Dr. George Atta Boateng

Former Coordinator of the Computerised School Selection and Placement System (CSSPS), Dr. George Atta-Boateng says certain major changes within the system have contributed to the problems with student placement in Senior High Schools this year. Among the contributing factors to the challenges which Dr. Atta-Boateng said could have been avoided, he highlighted the absence of […]

Students collapse as thousands gather at Black Star Square to chase SHS placement

There are thousands of students gathered at the Black Star Square in Accra seeking to rectify errors with their placement into Senior High schools. The exercise was put in place to enable qualified students to get a place at schools they may not have chosen but have space. As Senior High schools reopen this week, […]

Yamfo College of Health students to demonstrate over accreditation

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Students of the College of Health, Yamfo, in the Ahafo region are displeased over some alleged deceptive actions of authorities of Yamfo College of Health which they say does not have accreditation. The students are claiming that the school’s assurance of having full accreditation from the National Accreditation Board (NAB) is spurious. The aggrieved students […]

Upper West maintains below 50% BECE performance for six years

Wa, Aug. 12, GNA – The Upper West Region has consistently maintained below 50 per cent performance in the Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE) for the past six years. This poor performance at the BECE level, which served as the foundation for the secondary and tertiary levels is attracting lots of dissatisfied concerns among stakeholders […]