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Students in Basic and High Schools in Ghana Should be Allowed to use Mobile Phones | Efo Korku

#MyEfoPipos, I want to ask, where did this law that Junior High (JHS) and Senior High (SHS) students in Ghanaian public schools cannot use smart phones, tablets and laptops in school come from? Who thought through and taught this backward idea to those in charge of our educational system? Based on...Read more

25 Journalists Trained In Ghana On Public Policy And Liberal Economics | Lydia Adzag - bil

The Institute for Liberty and Policy Innovation (ILAPI), a Free Market policy think tank has trained 25 selected journalists and young policy analysts through its flagship program; African Journalists for Economic Opportunity Training (AJEOT). The three day intensive residential training which took...Read more

Ghana Education in a Mess?

Everyone is aghast at any time of the release of West African Examination Council’s (WAEC) Senior High School results. Over the years, students who sit for WAEC examinations of more than 280,000 registered candidates usually do have poor performances of the outcome. There hasn’t been a...Read more

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