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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EducationUSA Networking Reception – Remarks by Ambassador Stephanie Sullivan

EducationUSA Networking Reception  Remarks by U.S. Ambassador Stephanie Sullivan Chief of Mission Residence September 27, 2019 | 6:30pm – 8:00pm Good evening everyone! My husband John and I are happy to welcome you all, following what I hear has been a very successful college fair today. As both a former student and a former teacher, I ...
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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 Welcomes American and Ghanaian Teachers

On June 19, the U.S. Embassy in Accra welcomed four teachers who have benefitted from the Fulbright Teaching Excellence and Achievement Program (TEA).  They included Ghanaian teachers Ms. Opokua Ampadu-Sackey, an English language teacher at the Krobo Girls Senior High School in the Eastern Region who is hosting American teacher Ms. Ashly Larrow, and Mr. ...
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