Extension of GES deputy director’s contract causing tension among staff

The decision to extend the contract of the Deputy Director General of the Ghana Education Service has not gone down well with the staff of the service, President of the National Association of Graduate Teachers NAGRAT Mr Angel Carbonu has disclosed. Mr Carbonu revealed that the contract extension has demotivated

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We’ll resist attempts to use court action to compel us to call off strike action – Angel Carbonu

Mr Angel Carbonu, President of the National Association of Graduate Teachers (NAGRAT) has once again said that the striking teacher unions will not barge under pressure to get them to return to the classrooms. He said the teacher unions are determined to continue their industrial action until the government pays

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Free SHS will become government’s biggest problem – NAGRAT backs Asantehene

The National Association of Graduate Teachers have waded into the funding situation of the Free Senior High School program and its President, Mr Angel Carbonu is predicting that it will get to a point funding the policy will be a challenge to the government. He indicated that the situation is

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It did not address my reality – Angel Carbonu rubbishes Akufo-Addo’s SoNA

President of the National Association of Graduate Teachers (NAGRAT ), Angel Cabonu has expressed his disappointment in President Akufo-Addo’s State of the Nation Address claiming the president’s message did not show any headway to address the plight of organized labour. Making his point, he stated that though the president fulfilled

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Teachers perform house duties for free so why charge them for accommodation- Angel Carbonu as GES

The 10% deduction on salaries of teachers occupying government bungalows has not been welcomed by the President of the National Association of Graduate Teachers (NAGRAT ) Mr Angel Carbonu as he has vehemently criticized the government’s decision. Mr Carbonu complained that considering the meagre remuneration they receive and the government

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Engage stakeholders of education on intended reforms – NAGART President to government

The National Association of Graduate Teachers is not enthused about the government’s decision not to consult them in its attempt to reform the education sector. Mr Carbonu NAGRAT’s President complained that he had “not met one person from that reform secretariat.” “I don’t know the holistic agenda of the reforms,”

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Decentralize food storage and distribution to schools – NAGRAT boss advises government

The challenge of storage and distribution of food to the various second cycle institutions has led the National Association of Graduate Teachers to advise that it will be better if authorities reconsidered the decentralized system of distributing the food to public second cycle institutions across the country. Mr Angel Carbonu

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NAGRAT wants to meet GES despite the reversal of the academic calendar

Though the trimester system for basic schools has been reinstated, the National Association of Graduate Teachers (NAGRAT) is still looking forward to meeting the Ghana Education Service for further details into the reversed academic calendar. It will be recalled that the Education Ministry wanted to introduce a semester-based academic calendar

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Engage stakeholders before changing to a semester-based calendar

The government has been advised by the President of the National Association of Graduate Teachers (NAGRAT) Mr. Angel Carbonu to immediately engage stakeholders and also civil society organizations on the change of the academic calendar from the trimester based one to a semester-based one. He complained that such a change

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