Professor Kodwo Ewusi, Dean of Graduate Studies at the Methodist University College has called for the renaming of the University of Ghana after the late Dr J.B Danquah.

The Ghana National Association of Teachers, GNAT, says the decision to sanction the head-teachers of schools whose pupils were reported to have joined last week’s ‘Wongbo’ demonstration, was heavy handed.

Mr. Paul Evans Aidoo, Western Regional Minister, on Tuesday presented one thousand pieces of laptop computers to the Regional Directorate of the Ghana Education Service (GES), for distribution to teachers in basic schools.

Prof John Nelson Buah, the Pro Vice Chancellor of the University of Cape Coast (UCC), has said ensuring quality education at all levels was a shared responsibility for all and not the government alone.

The New Patriotic Party (NPP) has cautioned government against any attempt to sanction or punish head teachers of the schools whose pupils joined the party’s ‘Wɔn Gbo’ demonstration. They say such attempt will portray the government in a bad limelight.

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.

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