Teachers deserve to be celebrated – Samira Bawumia

  In a heartfelt tribute to the invaluable contributions of teachers, Samira Bawumia, the Second Lady of Ghana, has called for greater recognition and celebration of educators across the nation. Speaking at a gathering of educators and stakeholders in the education sector, Mrs. Bawumia emphasized the pivotal role that teachers play in shaping the future […]

Striking Teacher Unions Lash Out at Government: “Set Your Priorities Correctly”

  As the strike by teacher unions in Ghana enters its second week, tensions between educators and the government have escalated, with union leaders issuing a scathing rebuke of government policies and priorities. The unions, representing thousands of teachers across the country, have accused the government of neglecting the needs of educators and students, calling […]

Upholding the Value of Teacher Training: GNAT, NAGRAT, and Concerned Teachers Rally Against Akufo-Addo’s Shift to First Degree Entry Requirements

  In a recent policy shift, President Nana Akufo-Addo announced that a first degree would become the minimum entry requirement for individuals seeking to join the teaching profession in Ghana. This decision has sparked concerns among educators, particularly from organizations such as the Ghana National Association of Teachers (GNAT), the National Association of Graduate Teachers […]

Akufo-Addo’s Decision to Elevate First Degree as the Entry Requirement for Teaching in Ghana: Implications for Diploma Holders, GNAT, NAGRAT other Teachers Unions Must stop him.

Title: Akufo-Addo’s Decision to Elevate First Degree as the Entry Requirement for Teaching in Ghana: Implications for Diploma Holders In a significant move to elevate the standard of education in Ghana, President Nana Akufo-Addo recently announced that a first degree would be the minimum qualification for individuals seeking entry into the teaching profession. While this […]

Promise to pay Nurses and Teachers Training Allowance was a strategy to win votes as Government failed to payoff their Delayed allowances.

  In a recent development, the Ghanaian government is under scrutiny as the promised training allowances for nurses and teachers face delays, sparking discontent among the affected professionals. The delay in disbursing these allowances, which were a pivotal promise during the election campaign, has led to growing frustrations and accusations of unfulfilled commitments. Nurses and […]