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EDUCATION

Government Fails To Pay Teacher Trainees Allowance For 7 Months Now - TTAG

According to the Teacher the Teacher Trainees Association of Ghana (TTAG), the government of the Republic of Ghana has failed to pay the allowance of Teacher Trainees for 7 months now. According to TTAG, this has made life difficult for most of the Trainees in their various campuses since January.

  20 days ago ago
Government Fails To Pay Teacher Trainees Allowance For 7 Months Now - TTAG

EDUCATION

Teacher trainees alarmed over potential food shortage in colleges

As the government has neglected to pay their feeding grants and allowances for the previous seven months, trainee instructors across the nation may soon need to find alternative means of subsisting. The government allegedly failed to pay the principals' stipend for the 2021–2022 academic years, leaving them unable to perform their duties.

  20 days ago ago
Teacher trainees alarmed over potential food shortage in colleges

EDUCATION

CoE Trainees To Boycott End Of Semester Exams Over ALLAWA

The President of the Teacher Trainees Association of Ghana (TTAG) following the unpaid allowances due to teacher trainees in various Colleges of Education says no end of semester test will be conducted if the stipends are not paid. Jonathan Dzunu speaking on 3FM’s Sunrise show monitored by Khelly GH on Tuesday said there is a need for the National Conference of Principals of Colleges of Education to release funds for the payment of the allowances.

  3 months ago ago
CoE Trainees To Boycott End Of Semester Exams Over ALLAWA

EDUCATION

TTAG Wants Trainee Allowances Maintained

CSO’s have been suggesting that the government should scrap the teacher trainees allowances. Speaking on the Super Morning Show on Joy Fm, the president of Teacher Training Association Of Ghana(TTAG) has reiterated the importance of maintaining the allowances paid to the students by the government.

  3 months ago ago
TTAG Wants Trainee Allowances Maintained

EDUCATION

4 months of unpaid allowance makes teacher trainees cry.

The Ghanaian Teacher Trainees Association is dissatisfied with the delays in receiving their monthly allowances, which have been in arrears for four months. The outstanding arrears for the 2020/2021 academic year, according to the association, fall between May and August. Jonathan Dzunu, President of the Ghanaian Teacher Trainees Organisation, stated in a media interview that the association intended to engage the Ministry of Education about their concerns.

  4 months ago ago
4 months of unpaid allowance makes teacher trainees cry.