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The Volta Regional Directorate of the Ghana Education Service has said it will refer the students of the St Pauls’ Senior High School in Denu in the Volta Region, who were alleged to be homosexuals to psychiatrists for help.

The Ghana Education Service (GES)have cautioned the head teachers who allowed some pupils to join the “Wɔn Gbo” demonstration organised by the New patriotic Party (NPP) last Wednesday.

Government has condemned what it describes as religious intolerance perpetrated against Muslim girls in various educational institutions in the country.

The Hon. Dep. Minister for Education in-charge of Tertiary, Mr. Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa has said that distance education could now be pursued in all the ten regions of Ghana since students now have access to the state-of-the-art ICT facilities.

The Minister for Education, Prof. Naana Jane Opoku-Agyemang, Tuesday, January 27, 2015 visited some selected construction sites of the Community Senior High Schools currently on-going in Western, Central and Eastern regions to acquaint herself with the progress of work so far.

In the wake of recent media reports on issues bothering on accreditation and affiliation and the fate of students of two private universities, the Minister for Education, Prof. Naana Jane Opoku-Agyemang, held a crucial meeting with all the concerned parties Wednesday February 4, 2015.

Leonard Adjetey, at age 73, has just graduated with a Second Class Upper degree and tells NEWS-ONE he would be pursuing his Masters degree because higher academic education gives him the requisite confidence and discipline to live a better life.

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