Teacher unions to go on strike unless government revokes Dr Nkansah’s appointment

Anger of some teacher unions over the appointment of Dr Eric Nkansah as Director General of the Ghana Education Service has reached its crescendo as they have threatened strike action over the issue. Three unions that have issued a threat over Dr Nkansah’s appointment include the National Association of Graduate

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Why NAGRAT is angry over the appointment of Dr Eric Nkansah as new GES boss

The appointment of Dr Eric Nkansah as the new Director–General of the Ghana Education Service has been met with stiff opposition from the National Association of Graduate Teachers (NAGRAT). Referring to their preference for someone who has risen through the ranks as the new GES boss following the sacking of

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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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Ensure the well-being and safety of the students – GES instructs heads of schools amidst mass strike

Heads of the various Senior High Schools have been instructed by the Ghana Education Service to mobilize their management to ensure the well-being and safety of students in the various schools. GES further instructed heads of basic schools not to shut down their facilities, despite the ongoing industrial action by

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4 teacher unions declare an indefinite strike to demand a cost of living allowance

Four teacher unions have embarked on industrial action over the government’s failure to meet the deadline for their demands for the payment of Cost of Living Allowance (COLA). This follows the expiration of a June 30 deadline the unions gave the government. The said unions include the Ghana National Association

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We’ve met stakeholders over 20% cost of living allowance – Fair Wages and Salaries Commission

The fair wages and salaries commission has revealed that it has scheduled a meeting with all stakeholders over the 20% Cost of living Allowance that is being demanded by teachers. A June 30th deadline has been set by the National Association of Graduate Teachers and other unions for government to

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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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