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Low-fee private schools could help achieve goal of ‘Basic Educ for All’

Education plays an indispensable role in promoting economic growth and social justice and is associated with a wide range of positive outcomes, including improved health and better livelihoods. Each additional year of schooling results in a 10 percent average increase in an individual’s earnings[1], raises average annual GDP growth by 0.37 percent[2] and ultimately contributes to a more inclusive, productive ...

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Photos: Omotola lectures at University of Ghana Business School

Nollywood movie star, Omotola Jalade Ekeinde recently gave a lecture at the University of Ghana Business School. The accomplished actress delivered the lecture, organised by Unilever, under the theme: “Brand Building for Global Relevance, The Omotola Story.” Omotola arrived in Ghana for the lecture just after a similar trip to Morocco. She was a speaker alongside Rev Jesse Jackson at the ...

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70-Year Old UCC Graduate Proves It’s Not Late To Get Another Degree

It was all joy when colleagues,relatives and friends gathered over the weekend at the University of Cape Coast (UCC) for the school’s 49th graduation ceremony. Graduands were called up one after the other to the dais to be congratulated by school authorities on their feat. Ms. Christabel Dadzie, probably received the loudest applauds when her name was mentioned. She is ...

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