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    IEPA attends 40th Session of the General Conference of UNESCO

    A team from the Institute for Educational Planning and Administration (IEPA) led by the Vice-Chancellor of University of Cape Coast, Prof. Joseph Ghartey Ampiah, attended the 40th Session of the General Conference of United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO).

  • IEPA is now UNESCO Centre of Excellence
    IEPA is now UNESCO Centre of Excellence

    The General Conference of United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO), has approved the elevation of the Institute for Educational Planning and Administration (IEPA) to UNESCO Centre of Excellence Category II.

    The approval was granted after a resolution by the UNESCO General Conference on Friday, 15th November, 2019 as part of meetings for the 40th Session in Paris, France.

    A delegation from Ghana led by the Minister for Education, Dr. Matthew Opoku Prempeh, including a team from UCC is participating in the Conference.

  • IEPA VISIT IIEP
    The Institute for Educational Planning and Administration’s visit to the International Institute for Educational Planning

    As part of the Institute for Educational Planning and Administration’s transition to become a Centre of Excellence in Educational Planning, Administration and Leadership as a UNESCO Category II Institute, the delegation from the Institute for Educational Planning and Administration who attended the 207th session Executive Board in Paris took the opportunity to visit the International Institute for Educational Planning on Friday, October 18 2019.

  • Augusta Lartey-Young: IEPA Student Named Among Top Three Teachers In Africa
    Meet the Presec Legon teacher who won the best teacher award in Africa

    Ms Augusta Lartey-Young was named among the top three teachers at the 2019 African Union Continental Teacher Awards.

    The African Union Continental Teacher Awards is aimed at demonstrating respect for teachers and the teaching profession, by encouraging and celebrating the committed teachers in Africa.

    As part of the honour, Ms Augusta Lartey-Young was awarded a cash prize of $10,000.

    We know most of you might be wondering who this teacher is, what she teaches and where she had her education.

  • UCC HOSTS 2ND INTERNATIONAL SEMINAR OF THE FUTURE OF THE TEACHING PROFESSION
    UCC Hosts 2nd International Seminar of the Future of the Teaching Profession

    The University of Cape Coast under the auspices of the Institute for Educational Planning and Administration has hosted the Second International Seminar of the future of the Teaching Profession in Africa.
        
    The two-day seminar which was held at Elmina Beach Resort was on the theme “Teacher Professionalism and Curriculum in Africa” was convened by African Union Commission; Education International and Open Society Foundations. It brought together representatives of teacher unions and other stakeholders of education in Africa.