Tomorrow September 6, 2018, the Junior Graphic newspaper will be 18 years since it was re-introduced by the Graphic Communications Group Limited (GCGL) to serve as a mouthpiece for Ghanaian children, the Editor of the Junior Graphic, Mrs Mavis Kitcher, has said.
A Senior Lecturer at the Agriculture Economics Department of the University of Ghana, Legon, Rev. Dr Edward Ebo Onumah, has advised schoolchildren to strike a balance between academic work and extra-curricular activities so they can develop their talents early in life.
The Solid Foundation Preparatory School at Bibiani-Hwenampori in the Western Region has held its maiden Speech and Prize-giving Day with a call on all schoolchildren to develop the habit of reading to help broaden their knowledge and horizons.
Students in various parts of the country have called on the government to do everything possible to solve all the teething problems associated with the double-track system once it’s in operation so that they can all benefit from senior high school (SHS) education.
The double track Senior High School (SHS) educational system is to create an opportunity for all Ghanaian children, irrespective of their background to have equal access to quality second cycle education under the free SHS Policy, a Deputy Minister of Education, Dr Yaw Adutwum, has said.
The Director of the Fountain Gate International School (FGIS), Bolgatanga, Reverend Mrs Rosemond Anaba has advised parents and guardians to create a conducive environment for their children to study at home to enable them improve on their studies.
Parliament yesterday approved a concession agreement between the government and a consortium of investors, led by the Manila Electric Company (Meralco), for private-sector participation in the Electricity Company of Ghana (ECG) within the terms of the second Millennium Challenge Compact (MCC).