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18 January 2018


    COMMUNIQUE ISSUED AT THE 5TH QUADRENNIAL (52ND) NATIONAL DELEGATES CONFERENCE - CAPE COAST UNIVERSITY: 2ND – 7TH JANUARY, 2018   We, Six Hundred and Three (603) accredited delegates and Fifty (50) Observers from all the ten (10) regions of Ghana, having met between 2nd – 7th January, 2018 at Cape Coast University for the 5th Quadrennial (52nd) National Delegates Conference and having deliberated extensively on the theme of Conference “Transforming Societies through Education: Invest more, Invest Equitably”, general matters affecting education and the welfare of teachers in the 21st Century, do hereby resolve to issue the following communique; That, the three months’ Salary...

Recruit More Teachers -UCC Pro Vice Chancellor Tells Government
16 January 2018

Recruit More Teachers -UCC Pro Vice Chancellor Tells Government

        The Vice Chancellor of the University of Cape Coast, Prof George Kwaku Oduro has underscored the need for government to consider the socio-economic differences between rural and urban settings when investing in education.He noted that whilst schools in urban settings are endowed with modern facilities that enables the smooth teaching and learning, those within the rural settings tend to be handicapped.He said balancing these socio-economic differences in the provision and delivery of education was a necessary condition for achieving equitable investment in the quality of education.Prof Oduro said as the provision of education remained one of the most important responsibilities...

GNAT To Flush Out Fake Teachers
12 January 2018

GNAT To Flush Out Fake Teachers

The newly elected President of the Ghana National Association of Teachers (GNAT), Philippa Larsen, has promised to flush out teachers who do not have certificates but have managed to use other people’s to teach.This, according to her, would bring sanity into the teaching profession.Mrs Larsen said in an interaction with the media in Cape Coast, the Central Regional capital, after the association’s 5th quadrennial delegates’ conference to elect new executives.The newly elected president used the occasion to call on all splinter groups within the teaching profession to come back to their mother association (GNAT) to work hand-in-hand to restore the...

18 December 2017

36% of public basic schools without toilets – Report

About 7,332 out of the 20,738 public basic schools in the country do not have toilet facilities, while 6,922 do not have urinal facilities. Additionally, 11,985, representing 58 percent of the basic schools, do not have water facilities. For instance, out of the 3,754 public basic schools in the Ashanti Region, 1,427 are without toilet facilities, and in the Western Region 1,132 out of the 2,408 schools are without toilets. In the Upper West Region, out of the 1,165 schools, 350 are without toilets.   Access to regular water supply According to the Education Management Information System (EMIS) for the 2016-2017 academic year, even though about...

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