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Arrest students who assault teachers during WASSCE – GNAT

The Ghana National Association of Teachers (GNAT) has called on authorities to arrest students who perpetrate violence against its members facilitating the ongoing examinations in senior high schools across the country. According to Philipa Larson, reports of threats of assault on teachers over the West African Senior Secondary Certificate Examinations …

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WASSCE violence: WAEC must probe and take action – Adutwum

The Deputy Education Minister, Dr Yaw Osei Adutwum, has stated that the West African Examination Council will take action against Senior High Schools flouting examination rules in the ongoing West African Senior Schools Certificate Examination (WASSCE). On Thursday, a reporter with the Daily Graphic in Koforidua, Damalie Emmanuel Pacome, was …

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We’ll deal with you – GES tells rioting students

The Deputy Director-General of the Ghana Education Service, Anthony Boateng, has said authorities will deal with all students who rioted and vandalised school property to protest against the non-featuring of past questions procured for them by the government, in their final exam. The GES, in November last year, procured 400,000 …

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WAEC to Cancel entire 2020 WASSCE of Some Ashanti Region Schools

WAEC to Cancel entire 2020 WASSCE of Some Ashanti Region schools – The West Africa Examination Council (WAEC) is investigating allegations of examination malpractices in the ongoing West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE). Teachers of some Senior High Schools (SHS) have been implicated in acts of misconduct in the …

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Four remanded SHS students denied access to write WASSCE

Four final year students of Zebilla Senior High Technical School in the Upper East Region who have been remanded into Police Custody by a Bawku Circuit Court have been denied access to write the ongoing West African Senior Secondary Certificate Examination(WASSCE). The students in the early hours of Monday, August …

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