The Ghana Education Service (GES) has today, Tuesday, 27th Jully 2021 releases subjects for which public sector teachers can pursue and still get paid. The GES has some regulations which allow its teachers to further their studies and still get some parts of their salary to cater for themselves.
This is to help interested teachers upgrade their knowledge in various fields of their choice and after completion used the knowledge acquired to impact the students. The courses to pursue are purely educational programs. The following courses are allowed on study leave with a 60% allocation: Physics, Chemistry, English Language, Biology, Mathematics, Integrated Science, Physical Education, and French. Meaning if you pursue these subjects you would receive 60 percent of the salary.
Also, those who pursue the following subjects will receive a 30% allocation: Special Education, Ghanaian Language, Early Childhood, Religious Studies, Visual Arts, Guidance and Council, Vocational Education, and Technical Courses. Meaning those who pursue these courses will receive 30% of the salary on Study Leave till they complete their course and return to the classroom or the teaching field.
Finally, those who study Laboratory Technician and Information Studies will also receive 10% as salary till they complete their courses.
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