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Let teachers set their own questions – GNAT
23 May 2016

Let teachers set their own questions – GNAT

The Ghana National Association of Teachers (GNAT) has said it is unhappy that the Ghana Education Service (GES) tasks external examiners to set the End of Term Examination questions for pupils in basic schools. It said teachers, head teachers and circuit supervisors must rather be equipped with the necessary skills and expertise to adequately assess the pupils at all levels because it was the surest way to give the pupils quality education and demystify examination in the country. ; therefore Mathew Adjarjah, the head of Professional Development Unit of GNAT, stated GNAT’s position at an Assessment Training Workshop at Cape Coast for...

     Headteachers Must ‘Protect’ Exam Papers To Curb Leaks - GNAT
19 April 2016

Headteachers Must ‘Protect’ Exam Papers To Curb Leaks - GNAT

Following the recent reported leak of WASSCE examination papers, the Ghana National Association of Teachers (GNAT), has called for a return to the days where headteachers had better control over the examination process. The union says headteachers of the various senior high schools should be the lead supervisors in the circulation and distribution of examination papers. Speaking to Citi News, the General Secretary of GNAT, David Ofori Acheampong, explained that the current distribution system is problematic and has failed to secure the integrity of exam questions and hence the need for a reform. He recounted the days when examination papers were delivered to...

20 May 2016

Teacher Unions boycott talks with Gov’t over proposed licenses

The three main teacher unions have suspended discussions with government on the proposed teacher licensing regime scheduled for implementation this year. The unions comprises the National Union of Graduate Teachers, (NAGRAT), the Coalition of Concerned Teachers, (CCT) and the Ghana National Association of Teachers (GNAT).According to them, government has failed to incorporate their concerns into the policy. They have thus threatened to boycott its implementation. The Ghana Education Service (GES), has said it is likely to introduce and implement a licensing regime for pre-tertiary teachers this year, per the Education Act passed in 2008, which created room for a regime that will ensure...

13,000 Teachers To Receive Salary Arrears
20 May 2016

13,000 Teachers To Receive Salary Arrears

Over 13,000 teachers have been cleared for payment in the ongoing validation process for their salaries and allowances which have been in arrears. The various teacher unions threatened to withdraw their services should government fail to pay the arrears, and this led government to set up a validation process, via the Audit Department and the Controller and Accountant General’s Department, to vet the claims of the affected teachers. This validation also followed claims that a number of teachers in the country employed by the Ghana Education Service (GES) presented fake certificates. Speaking to Citi News, the General Secretary of the Ghana National Association...

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