Jackson College of Education (JCE), Ghana’s leading private College of Education, as part of its corporate
Ghana’s Minister for Finance, Mr. Ken Ofori-Atta on Thursday, 23rd July, 2020 presented the 2020 mid-year budget
My attention has been drawn to a news item on opera news captioned as above on the 13th of JULY 2020.
This news item
Information available to the News Desk of the Colleges of Education Weekly Journal indicates that the deadline for application into the 46 public
Students of the various colleges wore the musk of “I am happy” as the competent government of Ghana honored them a convincing reply to their petitions on their allowances that had been in abeyance for over months. Indeed it was a great feeling to tell as the message dropped on my phone .
As part of means to fight the Pandemic, which has been the hall mark of the New Patriotic Party – NPP as well as MOVE Campaign being a political
Teacher Trainees Association of Ghana (TTAG) Why Are You Treating Us So Bad? – A Trainee Teacher Asks
📍📍TEACHER TRAINEES ASSOCIATION OF GHANA TTAG WHY?? 😢😢 So UCC is trying to tell trainees…
My heart is of acrimonious entity, as teaching profession in Ghana has been demeaned to a level that, our benefits are sometimes wished to be deprived but not any other profession
As election approaches, it’s therefore imperative for the undecided to decide who to vote for. The “Battle” in no doubt lies between
The News Desk of CoEWJ can authoritatively confirm that all 10 public Colleges of Education in the Northern Zone have taken delivery of their full consignment of smartphones and SD-cards from the Virtual Learning Taskforce team for onward distribution to students. The delivery of the smartphones and SD-cards to Colleges in the Northern Zone took place over the weekend.