CETAG To Continue Strike Despite August Salary Freeze

Teachers and principals of colleges of education are sharply divided on whether the striking tutors should continue with their industrial action. But the College of Education Teachers Association of Ghana (CETAG) insists it will continue the strike despite the government’s decision to withhold their August remuneration. According to them, freezing …

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August Salaries For CETAG Members Withheld

The Ghana Tertiary Education Commission (GTEC) has written to the Controller and Accountant General (CAGD) to withhold the August remuneration of members of the Colleges of Education Teachers Association of Ghana, (CETAG). A release signed by the Director of Administration, Saaka Sayuti noted that the action will affect the teaching …

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Over 24,000 Teachers Fail Promotional Exam – GES

The recently released results of the teachers’ promotional examination conducted by the Ghana Education Service (GES) have revealed a success rate of 69% among candidates who took the test in February. This means 31% of candidates were not able to meet the required threshold for promotion. Out of a total …

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KsTU Pardons 648 Students Over Late Fee Payment

The management of the Kumasi Technical University (KsTU) has pardoned at least 648 students who were asked to defer their programmes for paying their fees late. A notice from the school on Monday (14 August) said it will now grant students a window to register and write their end-of-semester examination …

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