Contrary to Teachers Nationwide strike, the management of the Ghana Education Service has read from the media that, the various union in the pre-tertiary Education sector have declared withdrawal of their service with immediate effect.
The management has since invited the leaders of the union to a meeting to discuss the development and the way forward.
Therefore heads of senior high Schools have been directed through the regional and district directors to mobilize their management team to ensure the safety and well-being of all students in school.
Meanwhile, parents are advised to remain calm and will advise on the way forward accordingly. Regional and District directors have further been directed to ensure that Basic School Heads keep schools opened and closely supervise all children who report to school pending further directives from GES management.
Below is a picture of the immediate release by the leaders of GNAT, NAGRAT, CCT and TEWU as released today.
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