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Basic schools re-open Tuesday-GES

All heads of public basic schools across the country have been directed by the Ghana Education Service (GES) to re-open school tomorrow, May 9, 2017.   This is to enable both the primary and Junior High Schools (JHS) to begin academic activities for the third term in the 2016/2017 academic …

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Graduate teachers boycott May Day parade

Members of the Coalition of Newly Recruited Graduate Teachers have refused to participate in the 2017 May Day celebrations. The teachers have embarked on this action in protest against stalled salaries, calling on government to ensure that their remuneration issues are addressed. The group in a statement expressed its “disappointment …

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SSNIT registration: NAGRAT begs for more time

The National Association of Graduate Teachers (NAGRAT) has asked for a month extension to allow its members the opportunity to biometrically register with the Social Security and National Insurance Trust (SSNIT). According to NAGRAT, there has never been an occasion where its members were told that the Controller and Accountant …

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Ho: Teachers stranded at GES office

Hundreds of newly recruited teachers in the Volta region were stranded at the Volta Regional Directorate of Education office, in Ho Thursday  where they turned up for a biometric registration. The teachers who came from the Southern and Central part of the region were scheduled to undergo the biometric registration slated …

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Asinesi Primary School has only one Teacher

Asinesi is a neglected farming community which is located about 9.8 Kilometers away from Somanya, the Municipal capital of Yilo-Krobo. Asinesi is surrounded by three communities Awuzamlem, Monu, and Nyewer. The total population of the community is estimated to about 1,000 people.   The community has a school. It is …

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