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TRIBUTE IN MEMORY OF MR. RAPHAEL A. APAAYA,  GENERAL SECRETARY OF TEWU
19 August 2016

TRIBUTE IN MEMORY OF MR. RAPHAEL A. APAAYA, GENERAL SECRETARY OF TEWU

The Ghana National Association of Teachers (GNAT) has learnt with shock and dismay, the sudden demise of Mr. Raphael Apaaya, the General Secretary of the Teachers and Educational Workers Union of Ghana (TEWU). Our initial reaction to the sad news was that of unbelief. How can such as indefatigable unionist leave us so soon? But unfortunately, the reality of the situation is that, our brother, colleague and friend has been called home by his Maker. The Ghana National Association of Teachers (GNAT) will always have fond memories of Mr. Apaaya as he partnered us at a number of meetings including addressing Pension...

25 July 2016

PPRESS RELEASE ON CHASS PRESS CONFERENCE AND GES REACTIONS

1. The Teacher Unions have been following events relating to CHASS recent press conference which highlighted challenges concerning the smooth running and administration of Second Cycle Schools. 2. The Unions have also followed the reaction of the Director-General of GES which the Unions deem as unfortunate, distasteful and not a reflection of the true state of affairs on the ground. 3. The above position of the Unions stems from the following:a) FeesFees such as “Progressively Free” for day students without Scholarships, Subsidy/Absorbed fees and feeding grant for the Northern part of Ghana, (Northern Scholarship), are all in arrears for the 2nd and...

GNAT WISHES BECE CANDIDATES  AND TEACHERS WELL
17 June 2015

GNAT WISHES BECE CANDIDATES AND TEACHERS WELL

The Ghana National Association of Teachers (GNAT) wishes all BECE Candidates, who are writing their papers this week the best of luck. We pray that they concentrate on their examinations and not allow themselves to be swayed by any attempt to provide them with question papers which invariably turn out to be fake. To our teachers, we want to remind them that they were to have taught and instructed and prepared the pupils for the BECE examination earlier and not during the examinations period. Teachers, we hope would not be involved In any examination malpractices. Once again we wish you the best of luck. M.V.V.K....

Pupils Do Not Need Extra Classes – Minister
30 November -0001

Pupils Do Not Need Extra Classes – Minister

The Minister of Education, Professor Naana Jane Opoku Agyeman, has expressed concern about rampant extra classes for pupils by teachers and head teachers in the country, saying the pupils did not need those classes. She noted the time table for every term was structured to fit or cover the academic calendar, and as such the pupils did not need extra classes. Speaking at the presentation of 14 buses to selected schools across the country on Monday, she urged teachers not to put pressure on the brains of their pupils, in the name of organizing extra classes, as the pupils as well as...

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