The president of the National Association of Graduate Teachers (NAGRAT), Angel Cabornu has advised his members who are mainly teachers not to waste time attempting to check the kind of hairstyles students wear to school anymore. The leader of the teacher union added that, parents are now free to allow their children to do any hairstyle of their choice to school since teachers and school authorities will not inspect them.
Angel Cabornu, the president of the National Association of Graduate Teachers (NAGRAT) has said that, his members are thankful to the high court for making teachers work easy. Mr. Cabornu, speaking to class FM stated that, teachers will now not waste any time and energy talking about students character formation anymore.
Angel Cabornu The conversation about the rise in indiscipline in our public schools is still ongoing among well-meaning Ghanaians. The blame is tossed between two sides — Teachers and The Ghana Education Service (GES). The latest incidence of indiscipline is the Konongo Odumase Secondary School KOSS case where a student was stabbed to death.
The National Association of Graduate Teachers (NAGRAT) has hit hard on the Ministry of Education for advertising the position of headmasters into STEM schools. According to Angel Cabornu, leader of the teacher union, he spoke against the decision of the Ministry to appoint headmasters for schools, adding that the Ministry does not have the power to appoint apart from the management of GES.