Education Ghana accepts submissions from teachers for free publication [Details Here]

Teachers can now submit their work for free publication, according to a statement from the Education Ghana team. Through this project, Education Ghana hopes to highlight the outstanding work that educators accomplish in a variety of areas related to their profession, such as teacher-led activities, creative teaching strategies, and classroom instruction. They hope to give the public important insights into the commitment and skill of teachers around the nation by showcasing these achievements.

The team calls on teachers to submit their work to them via email at You are to include a brief profile of yourself as a teacher, a descriptive text outlining your activities, and any relevant pictures or videos.

For teachers in tertiary institutions, kindly update the Education Ghana team on your new research publications, seminars, and professional development workshops. Service providers are also encouraged to share updates on the success of their CPD workshops.


Both teaching and non-teaching employees of the Ghana Education Service and the Ghana National Council of Private Schools (GNACOPS) are eligible to apply for this opportunity. Included are colleges of education, nurse training institutes, technical universities, general universities, and other nationally renowned educational establishments.

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Benefits for Teachers

The author will get the chance to highlight their accomplishments and build their personal brand to a larger audience by having their work published.
Organizations such as the National Teaching Council, the Ghana Education Service, and Grant Bulmuo and his team can also utilize these publications during award ceremonies to honor teachers and other educational professionals.

Functions of Education Ghana

  • At Education Ghana, they will publish your work on various platforms, including Twitter, Facebook, and their website,
  • They also feature weekly updates highlighting the exceptional work being done by teachers in Ghana.
  • In the case of research publications, they will provide critiques and discuss the impact of the work on local communities, policy decisions, and potential future research.
  • They also promote seminars and professional development events organized by teachers and service providers.

For Further Details
Please feel free to contact them at +233206361048 or via email at if you require any additional information. I’m grateful.

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