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Authorities at the Tamale Senior High School (TAMASCO) in the Northern Region are crying for help to protect students and staff who have become easy targets for burglars in the metropolis.

The students and staff on campus have, the authorities say, have been suffering from the hands of thieves and intruders who frequently break into their dormitories and bungalows to steal various items including cooked food.

One of the school’s boys’ dormitories was Thursday morning found to have been broken by thieves who turned the whole room upside down.

The Ghana National Petroleum Corporation (GNPC) Foundation yesterday handed over a fully furnished six-unit classroom block to the management of Tamale Senior High School (TAMASCO) in the Northern Region.

The facility is constructed by the GNPC Foundation, the corporate social responsibility (CSR) wing of the corporation.

The Gambaga Youth Association (GAMYA) was on December 27th-29th 2019 successfully celebrated its second edition of annual homecoming with a theme dubbed: Harnessing Youth Potentials for Socio-economic Development Through Education.

A set of 20 dining tables and 40 benches was donated to the GAMBAGA GIRLS SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL to celebrates the theme.

The Gbewaa College of Education at Pusiga is about 12 percentage points to achieving its gender parity policy target of 1:1 after offering admission to 163 fresh female students for the 2019/2020 academic year.

The total admission offered by the College to applicants of the Bachelor of Education (B.Ed) Degree in Basic Education programme for the academic season was 370 with 207 being males, representing 56 per cent and 163 females, representing 44 per cent.

The Wa Islamic Senior High School (SHS) girls’ dormitory, in the Upper West region, has been gutted by fire at the weekend, displacing 205 students.

The female students had their text books, exercise books, mattresses, food items and beds destroyed by the fire.

The dormitory, burnt by the fire, was a temporary one given to the female students, following a similar fire outbreak that razed the facility, on January 7, 2020.

The Gambaga Girls Senior High School (SHS) in the East Mumprusi Municipality of the North East Region has reverted from the ‘Double Track System’ to Single Track owing to massive infrastructural development in the school.

The ‘Double Track System,’ under the Free SHS policy was in two sessions; the Green and Gold Tracks, introduced by the government to enable more Ghanaian students to gain access to SHS education across the country.

The Bagabaga College of Education (BACE) in Tamale last Saturday held a matriculation ceremony for 527 students who gained admission into the college for the 2019/2020 academic year.

Out of a total of 1,398 applicants, only 527 students made up of 182 females and 345 males were offered admission to the college to study various programmes.

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