Study in the United States: Ghana Continues Impressive Upward Trend

Accra, GHANA— Demonstrating the strong people-to-people and educational ties between the United States and Ghana, the number of Ghanaians studying in the United States continues a strong upward trend.  The Institute for International Education releases their Open Doors report annually during International Education Week, celebrated this year from November 16-20.  On a positive note, the 2020 ...
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American Universities Visit Ghana

The U.S. Embassy in Accra recently welcomed officials from two American universities visiting Ghana to promote opportunities for Ghanaian students.  Counselor for Public Affairs Roberto Quiroz II, Cultural Attaché Elizabeth Ategou, Regional Educational Advising Coordinator (REAC) for EducationUSA in West and Central Africa Diane Weisz Young, Regional Public Engagement Specialist (REPS) Alison F. McKee, and EducationUSA ...
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America and Ghana: Partners for Education

Byline: U.S. Ambassador to Ghana, Stephanie S. Sullivan September 25, 2019   It’s back to school time for many in Ghana and the United States! As a former teacher, I’d like to take a moment to share the many ways the United States and Ghana work together to improve education for Ghanaians at all levels, ...
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U.S. Embassy Promotes Education in Western Region

From February 12 through 15, U.S. Embassy Counselor for Public Affairs Roberto Quiroz II and EducationUSA Advisor Ethel Caulley traveled to the Western Region to promote education.  The U.S. Embassy team traveled to Takoradi and other communities to visit heads of school, teachers, and over 1,300 Ghanaian students to encourage them to apply to study ...
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USA-Ghana Partnership for Education

Our Counselor for Public Affairs Roberto Quiroz II and EducationUSA Kumasi advisor Marilyn Owusu recently conducted public outreach programs in the Ashanti and Brong-Ahafo regions, where they met students and presented them with books and soccer balls. In addition, they attended a Teaching Excellence and Achievement (TEA) and International Leadership and Excellence Program (ILEP) workshop ...
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Ambassador Welcomes Back Ghanaian Teachers from ILEP/TEA Fellowship

On May 23 2018, Ambassador Robert P. Jackson welcomed back to Ghana five high school teachers following their visit to the United States under the International Leaders for Education (ILEP) and the Teaching Excellence and Achievement (TEA) programs. The Ambassador congratulated them on their visit, and solicited their observations on the highlights from their trip.  ...
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