Teacher Kwadwo, best known for his comic talent and his ability to make teaching fun have come out hard against the various teacher unions in the country. He also threw some shades against Ghana Education Service.
According to Teacher Kwadwo, teachers in the country are not respected at all. This explains why the president was able to declare that teaching is not a career to make one a millionaire.
On MX-zone with Kwadwo Sheldon on Saturday, he got very furious about the matter and descended on GES and all teacher unions who are unable to pursue the interest of teachers and the children they teach. Teacher Kwadwo told Kwadwo Sheldon how some circuit supervisors and district officers make themselves mini gods on teachers.
“Some teachers even kneel down to beg circuit supervisors in Ghana here” – Teacher Kwadwo fumed. He told the camera that he won’t do that. Never! “The teacher unions in Ghana are useless and they should all be dissolved because all they do is to send loan messages to teachers.”
These unions know that document to teach with the new curriculum is not available but none of them is talking about it. They rather discuss rasta matters and other unnecessary matters.
Ghana education is a terrible one and nobody appears to attribute the right attention it deserves to it. Too bad.
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