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Pay new teachers – GNAT
30 July 2015

Pay new teachers – GNAT

The Ghana National Association of Teachers (GNAT) has expressed grave concern about the delay in the payment of salary arrears of newly appointed teachers. The Deputy General Secretary responsible for Education and Professional Development at GNAT, Thomas Baafi, said newly employed teachers who had worked for over a year now had not yet received their full salary.According to him, “this continued to baffle the minds of teachers who have been formally employed and have received appointment letters signed by accredited Ghana Education Service (GES) officials”. He said this at Navrongo, in the Kassena-Nankana Municipality of the Upper East Region, when he addressed...

Fifty teachers honoured
24 July 2015

Fifty teachers honoured

Berekum, July 22, GNA - Fifty teachers and tutors of basic, second and tertiary educational institutions in the Berekum Municipality in the Brong-Ahafo Region, have been honoured for their dedicated and meritorious services. The selection of the awardees was done through a free, fair and transparent voting process, organized and supervised by the local Bombisco Multimedia Organisation, a Ghanaian media and human resource development company, under the auspices of the Berekum Municipal Assembly and Education Directorate. The award committee focused particularly on teachers whose pupils and students excelled creditably in their final examinations during the 2013/14 academic year. Speaking at a durbar organized...

‘New’ Teachers To Receive Salaries In Advance – Minister
24 July 2015

‘New’ Teachers To Receive Salaries In Advance – Minister

Government has declared its intentions of devising structures that will ensure that new teachers deployed in the public sector are paid in advance. This was revealed by the Minister of Finance and Economic Planning, Seth Terkper in a joint interview with Citi FM’s Bernard Avle and Radio Gold’s Alhaji Suhini. Several public sector workers have expressed concerns over the non-payment of their outstanding arrears for some months now. A teacher in Begoro in the Eastern Region, revealed on the Citi Breakfast Show on Wednesday that he had not been paid in the last ten months. “When I call them, they tell me that they...

Teachers Urged To Be Patient With Pupils
08 July 2015

Teachers Urged To Be Patient With Pupils

Teachers have been urged to be tactful and patient with their pupils, and to always work to meet approved standards. Speaking at a seminar for basic school teachers in Accra on the theme: "Teacher: The Key To Good Quality Education," Mr. Anthony Kwaku Amoah, Public Relations Officer (PRO) of the Ghana Schools Project, a non-governmental organization, urged teachers to see themselves as coaches, facilitators and counselors of the children they teach. He reminded teachers that parents, chiefs, community elders and everybody accorded them the honour and respect they deserved as moulders of pupils' lives, and therefore stressed the need for them to...

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