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Columnist: JOE KINGSLEY EYIAH

Education as National Top Priority for Ghana

Education as National Top Priority for Ghana

Feb 1, 2006 | Feature Article

Better Late than Never The recent visit to Ghana by the American First lady, Laura Bush to launch educational and teach ...

Nov 11, 2005 | Feature Article

...At Your Children s Schools And Some Homework Rules Whilst it could be argued that poverty has denied some Ghana ...

Jul 22, 2005 | Feature Article

It is on record that an unprecedented number of young immigrants including Ghanaians who should be in school are languis ...

Nov 2, 2004 | Feature Article

Asks Joe Kingsley Eyiah, Ontario Institute for Studies in Education of the University of Toronto in Canada Recent news ...

Aug 8, 2004 | Feature Article

The first term/semester of the 2004/2005 academic year will soon begin in Ghana, USA, Canada and elsewhere. For most stu ...

Apr 28, 2004 | Feature Article

It is said that big minds discuss issues but small or swallow minds discuss/attack persons. The significance of co ...

Mar 27, 2004 | Feature Article

As we celebrate the 47th Independence Anniversary of Ghana this March, I find it appropriate to trace the history of sta ...

Feb 8, 2004 | Feature Article

The African Concept of the Arts Being Central to Life. By the year 2005, Ghana should be implementing fully ...

Jan 31, 2004 | Feature Article

The world over, crucial changes, quite unprecedented are taking place. Countries are more integrated into a global villa ...

Dec 15, 2003 | Feature Article

Recent news report that only 27,766 out of 81,076 registered candidates passed in seven subjects of this year 8217;s Se ...

Sep 16, 2003 | Feature Article

Returning students and fresh students are now back to school to begin the new academic year. The time finally arrives fo ...

Aug 13, 2003 | Feature Article

Asks Joe Kingsley Eyiah, University of Toronto, Canada The issue of street children among Ghanaians both in Ghana and i ...

Jun 28, 2003 | Feature Article

Once upon a time in the land of Ghana, there was the saying that, the teacher 8217;s reward was in heaven. Funny Wasn ...

May 10, 2003 | Feature Article

...SAVE EARTH ALL YEAR April 22, 2003 was celebrated as Earth Day worldwide. Tears of joy welled up my eyes when I ...

Apr 13, 2003 | Feature Article

The Akans of Ghana have an adage that, Opanyin na obi nnye bi da, na enye abofra which literally translated means, a ...

Apr 3, 2003 | Feature Article

The recent ministerial reshuffle in President Kufuor's government has impacted differently on different groups of Ghanai ...