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Teachers demand better conditions of service on world Teachers Day


Teachers demand better conditions of service on world Teachers Day

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Teachers across the world are being celebrated Friday for the crucial role they play in national development.

This year’s teachers’ day is under the theme: Take a stand for the teacher.

The National Association of Teachers (GNAT) is hoping the day will provide an opportunity to remind stakeholders about the need to pay special attention to the profession.

Deputy Secretary in charge of Education and Professional Development at GNAT, Thomas Baafi, told Joy News teachers want government to commit to improving their conditions of services and infrastructural development for the sector.

According to him, teachers “need the government to come and finalise the allowances that we term category two and three allowances. For sometime now that has been on the drawing board, in fact it is long overdue that we are invited to the negotiations table to finalise this thing but it is not happening and that is not making us happy.”

Thomas Baafi observed that, “One of the good things that can be done to the teacher is to take a very serious view of the allowances and then we see the way forward.”

Some teachers would be awarded special prizes for their dedication and hard work at the 18th Best Teacher Awards ceremony in Kumasi Friday.

From: Myjoyonline.com



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