GES Sets Date For the Distribution of Teachers Laptops
GES Sets Date For the Distribution of Teachers Laptops Ghana Education Service has taken delivery of two hundred and eighty thousand laptops to be distributed to teachers across the country.
Ghana Education Service guidelines on SHS Admissions 2021
National Executive Council Meeting with Ghana Education Service management on 5th January, 2021 outlined the following guidelines on classroom management. One of the safety prevention measures to stop the spread of coronavirus is social distance, National Executive Council(NEC) released the following guidelines i. Classroom management Social distancing policy is to be maintained but management may revise the numbers in a class upward ii. Number of hours remains as before COVID-19 that is eight hours a day(7:30am-3:30pm)
New GES ICT Policy SHS Students to use phones without chip Teachers to get Laptops
National Executive Council(NEC) meeting and meeting with Ghana Education Service Management on 5th January, 2021 Newly ICT policy by Ghana Education Service is as follows: The new Education curriculum stresses much on ICT. New policy is that students should be allowed to bring to school, phones or preferably tablets without chip. According to NEC and GES council these gadgets would be registered on the school Wi-Fi, Registration will help facilitate monitoring of students’ activities on the platform. Modalities
Finally, Date has been set for the distribution of teachers laptops
Ghana Education Service (GES) is set to distribute two hundred and eighty thousand (280,000 ) TMI laptops purchased from a company whose name is yet to be known to teachers across the country.
GES Council has set up a Committee to Justify the need for PTA Levy
National Executive Council Meeting and meeting with Ghana Education Management on 5th January, 2021. National Executives Council(NEC) set up a sub-committees to work on the following issues, to justify the need for funds for the activities i. Practical fees ii. Justification for PTA(why collapse) iii. Justification for review of fees capitation National Executive Council Program outline for the year, meeting with management Ghana Education Management invited National Executive Council(NEC) for a meeting
Alleged Attack On NPP Women Organizer
The Women’s Wing is led by Kate Gyamfua. Mama Kate is a former National Deputy Women’s Organizer, National Executive Council Member, National Council of Patrons member, voting member of the Eastern Regional Council of Patrons, Life Patron – Eastern Region NPP Women’s Wing, former Akwatia Constituency Women’s Organizer, former Akwatia NPP Polling Station Chairperson, Eminent Group of Party Financiers, Founder and Convener of Women for Change for the 2016 election campaign, Wednesday Women’s Club Member and Business Executive.
Ashanti Regional Chairman of Concerned Teachers, Not Suspended. This Is Why
There is a publication in circulation on social media platforms that the Ashanti Regional Chairman of the Coalition of Concerned Teachers Ghana (CCT-GH), Mr. Kingsley Ayimadu, has been suspended by the National Executive Council (NEC). Interesting to note about the false publication is that it did not state the reasons for his suspension, the locus of body that took the decision and on top of it, lacked any signatory.
The Story Is Short: Assin North NPP Needs Fresh Executives To Win The Possible By-election/Come 2024
Baa Kwaw Anthony, who is a member of the New Patriotic Party, a Polling Station Secretary, Political Activist and Social Commentator in the Assin North Constituencie or District of the Central Region has expressed that, NPP can win the Assin North Parliamentary Court case but with the current constituency executives, they can't win the seat.
NDC Makes Bold Declaration Over Presidential Elections, Will It End Well?
The December general elections has left the country hanging in who's really making headway either as to who might be truly claiming majority in parliament and will Nana Addo be sworn in as president for the next for next 4 years? As to if the opposition National Democratic Congress NDC will surely contest the result projected by Madam Jean Mensa or will comply to her declaration. It has also been an issue as to will the National Democratic Congress go to court on time or will wait till when. The electoral commission
Good News: Teacher Training Allowance Paid
The National Executive Council of the Teacher Trainees Association of Ghana (TTAG) in a notice released today, Wednesday 22nd December 2021 has confirmed that the allowances of teacher trainees has been paid. In the notice they said, "The National Executive Council of the Teacher Trainees Association of Ghana will by this missive want to bring to your kind notice that 2 of the 6 months arrears of trainees allowance have been duly paid."
Massive Reactions On Facebook After JM Posted On The Next Move Of The NDC In The Coming Days.
The impasse about the 2020 elections still lingers. The opposition NDC allege that the elections were flawed and skewed to favor the incumbent party. The NDC have employed protests and press conferences to foster their grievances against the Electoral commission. On Saturday news first broke of the NDC deciding to go to the Supreme Court to contest the results of the elections. Yesterday an official letter was released after a National Executive Council meeting to affirm the decision of going to court. Today,
Teacher Trainees Association of Ghana Election 2020
TTAG Election 2020 The Teacher Trainees Association of Ghana (TTAG) is a constitutionally recognized and registered teacher education union that was formed to champion the course of teacher education in Ghana. This association was formed in early 1980s on grounds of unfair treatment and recognition from government. The association has five branches known as Sectors across the country. Each sector is mandated to elect its executives to champion the course of teacher education in their respective regions in collaboration
NDC releases timetable for internal elections this year
Ghana's biggest opposition political party, the National Democratic Congress (NDC), has released it's timetable for their internal national elections this year. This, according to the party, is the final timetable for these upcoming internal structures of the party ahead of the 2024 General Elections in Ghana.
NPP's Branch Elections Turn Chaotic Nationwide
23rd February 2022 The ruling NPP is organising it' s branch elections across the country. The opening of nominations was extended by another day due to the chaotic scenes that marred the exercise at various parts of the country. In Asante Akyem Central, some angry party members of the New Patriotic Party besieged their party office after it was rumoured that some Constituency executives were hiding the polling station nomination forms.
Asiedu Nketiah says his family is among NDC protesters
Johnson Asiedu Nketiah, popularly known as General Mosquito is an Ghanaian politician and the General Secretary of the National Democratic Congress. After the declaration of His Excellency the president of the Republic of Ghana as the reelected president during the December 7th polls, NDC are not satisfied since then. The NDC who believe they actually won the December polls have sent the case to court to seek redress. This was made official after the National Executive Council of the NDC went to a meeting and
Why Mike Oquaye Lost As a Speaker - Opinion
The 7th Parliament was successfully dissolved on the midnight of January 6, 2021 and ushered in the 8th Parliament in the morning of January 7, 2021. For the first time in the history of Ghana, particularly the fourth Republic, a member of the party in opposition has been elected as the Speaker of Parliament. Mr. Alban Bagbin, occupies the position with an enormous experience as the longest serving member of Parliament. He has been a member of the House since 1993 and is highly respected by both sides of the
TTAG National President Impeached
BY Adam Abdul-Fatawu Wunizoya, Members of the Teacher Trainees Association of Ghana (TTAG) has today impeached its national President Augustin Appiah This was done at exactly 4:50 pm on Thursday at Berekum College of Education during the Association's Annual National Delegates Congress The decision was taking by the association's National Executive Council (NEC) backed by its 25th General Assembly (GA) The impeachment was done by voting by simply majority In all, 210 Delegates present voted of which 209 voted
GOOD NEWS: TTAG (Teacher Trainees Allowance) has been paid.
Today we will talking about Teacher Trainees Allowance Payment. It was known that Teacher Trainees went on a demonstration for the payment of their six months allowance. This was because students at the various Teacher Training Colleges have not been paid for the past six months. A statement from the National Executive Council of the Ghanaian Teacher Trainees Association desires to inform all trainees and the general public that two of the six months' arrears of Trainees Allowances have been paid in full.
CHASS suspends all co-curricular activities including NSMQ
The Conference of Heads of Assisted Secondary Schools (CHASS) has directed that all co-curricular activities embarked upon by means of senior excessive faculties out of doors campuses ought to be temporarily suspended. The selection, taken at the third sector National Executive Council (NEC) assembly on Thursday, July 21, is as a result of insufficient funds.
Reasons Why The National Commission Of Labour Went For Strike And When They Will Resume
Hello lovely readers. Kindly click on the +Follow button in order to get access to all my newly published articles. Please remember to share with your friends and families out there. Measures outlined for a resolution of the union and government. The National Labor Commission has told the Senior Staff of the universities of Ghana to call of it's strike. The commission made it clear that, the association failed to use the appropriate channel before declaring the strike. In a letter to the senior staff Association,