Tutors at the country’s Colleges of Education have given government up to end of May to resolve issues to do with paying them just like their counterparts at other tertiary-level institutes.
Member of Parliament for Effutu Constituency Alexander Afenyo-Markin has appealed to President John Dramani Mahama and the Ministry of Education to dissolve the Academic Council of the University of Education, Winneba (UEW) with immediate effect.
Two Ghanaian senior high school students are representing Ghana at this year’s ROBOFEST, an annual international robotics competition, at the Lawrence Technological University, Michigan in the United States of America.
The girls’ dormitory of Ghana Senior High School (Ghanass) in the New Juabeng Municipal Assembly of the Eastern Region has been renovated by government, a few weeks after fire gutted it.
Former Director of the Ghana Education Service, Michael Nsowah, has rubbished reasons given by the Finance Ministry for the nonpayment of salaries of more than 3,000 teachers for the past three years.
The leadership of the three teacher unions in Ghana have debunked accusations that they have each received 200,000 cedis as bribe from government to delay the payment of salaries of the Coalition of Unpaid Teachers.
A total of 13,268 teachers across the country will from June receive their outstanding salaries that have delayed for the last two years.
The Ghana National Association of Teachers (GNAT) is calling on the Ministry of Finance to sanction officials of Ghana Education Service (GES) for not following due process before employing some teachers.
President John Dramani Mahama has clarified that allowances for training teachers were not scrapped as being put out in the public sphere but were rather swapped for a better scheme.