Atebubu-Amantin District is one of the twenty seven (27) districts in the Brong-Ahafo Region and has Atebubu as its administrative capital. It is bordered to the north by East Gonja District in the Northern Region, Pru district and to the south by Ejura-Sekyeredumasi District in the Ashanti Region. To the east, it shares boundaries with the Sene District and to the west with Kintampo and Nkoranza Districts, all in the Brong-Ahafo Region.
The District Chief Executive for Atebubu-Amanten, Mr. Sampson Owusu Boateng has advocated for a performance agreement contract between teachers and the Ghana Education Service which will hold teachers to some standards in the performance of their duties.
Five hundred and fifty-nine needy school girls in the Atebubu-Amantin District have been presented with school materials worth over GHC 73,000 under the Girls Participatory Approaches to Student Success GPASS scholarship scheme funded by the Department for International Development (DFID).
The University of Alkasamiya based in Dubai in collaboration with the African Centre for Education and Culture in Atebubu is offering scholarships to students in twelve West African countries to study in the United Arab Emirates.