Category Archives: Ghana Teachers

Application for Admission into Ghana Colleges of Education 2018/2019 Academic Year

COLLEGES OF EDUCATION- GHANA

ADMISSION TO THE FORTY-SIX (46) PUBLIC COLLEGES OF EDUCATION 2018/2019 ACADEMIC YEAR

Applications are invited from suitably qualified candidates for admission to the NEW FOUR YEAR BACHELOR OF EDUCATION (B.Ed)DEGREE PROGRAMME in the Forty-Six (46) Public Colleges of Education in Ghana for the 2018/2019 academic year.

Admission Requirements: Continue reading Application for Admission into Ghana Colleges of Education 2018/2019 Academic Year

Graduate Teachers Begin Indefinite Strike

Graduate teachers across the country are beginning an indefinite strike from today, April 4, 2018 to demand the payment of their salary arrears.

The National Association of Graduate Teachers (NAGRAT) at a press conference said since 2013, their salary adjustments and promotions have not been effected and until that is done, they will not return to the classroom. Continue reading Graduate Teachers Begin Indefinite Strike

Concerned Teachers Planned strike suspended again

The Coalition of Concerned Teachers (CCT) has put on hold a planned nationwide strike which was due to begin today [Tuesday].

This is despite their stern threat a fortnight ago over the non-payment of their salary arrears.

.According to the Coalition, the government had failed to honour its pledges to pay the monies on two occasions. Continue reading Concerned Teachers Planned strike suspended again

Teacher training colleges to begin 4-year Bachelor of Education courses

The next batch of students admitted by the Teacher Training Colleges will pursue direct four-year Bachelor of Education while Diploma of Education graduates would have an opportunity for only a year’s top-up. Continue reading Teacher training colleges to begin 4-year Bachelor of Education courses

Respect ban on corporal punishment – GES warns teachers

The Ghana Education Service [GES], has warned that teachers in both private and public schools who inflict Corporal punishment on students would be appropriately dealt with per the guidelines of the service. Continue reading Respect ban on corporal punishment – GES warns teachers

GES Promotion Interview Sample Questions for Assistant Director 1 and 2

The Ghana Education Service

Candidates that are eligible for the ranks of Assistant Director 1 and 2 should go through the following questions.

PANEL ONE

1. Apart from formulating policies for the GES what are the other functions of the Ministry of Education? Continue reading GES Promotion Interview Sample Questions for Assistant Director 1 and 2

GES must go paperless in the application for promotion

I have watched with surprise and difficulty, this few days how my colleagues in the service due for promotion have to go through lengths to fill forms to be submitted for their promotion at the regional office. Continue reading GES must go paperless in the application for promotion

The tears of the innocent teacher is the cause of Ghana’s woes

Atanga Mathew writes..

*THE TEARS OF THE INNOCENT TEACHER IS THE CAUSE OF GHANA’S WOES*

*Maybe the long neglect and continues marginalization and unjustified victimization of the teacher who taught all professionals is the cause of Ghana’s woes* Continue reading The tears of the innocent teacher is the cause of Ghana’s woes

Teacher trainee allowance restored – Akufo-Addo

President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has announced that the restoration of teacher trainee allowances has taken effect from Tuesday September 12 alongside the official launch of the free senior high school (SHS) programme. Continue reading Teacher trainee allowance restored – Akufo-Addo