GNAT asks MoE and other stakeholders to provide learning resources for teachers

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The Ghana National Association of Teachers (GNAT) has requested the Ministry of Education through its Collaborative Agencies to ensure that textbooks and other learning resources for teachers are provided in schools.

In a statement on Independence Day, GNAT lamented the “lack of resources for teachers and textbooks for students, three clear years after the start of implementation” of the new curriculum. ‘education.

The statement signed by GNAT Secretary General Thomas Tanko Musah proposed greater collaboration “between the Ministry of Education, the Ghana Education Service and all local assemblies to address poor school infrastructure in the rural communities”.

The GNAT also asked the government to establish the roadmap for the start of the “10,000 housing program promised by the President of the Republic” at the launch of the 6th quadrennial conference of the GNAT at the beginning of this year.

“At this time of Ghana’s development, the GNAT calls on all Ghanaians to unite around the main objectives around which independence was achieved on March 6, 1957,” the GNAT said.

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PRESS RELEASE

GNAT AND THE STRUGGLE FOR INDEPENDENCE

The Ghana National Association of Teachers (GNAT) wishes all Ghanaians, especially the tens of thousands of teachers who are struggling despite the odds, to contribute to the development of Ghana.

Indeed, teachers from all walks of life, in all parts of the then Gold Coast, took part in the struggle for independence.

Suffice it to say, a lot has been achieved as a GNAT and as a country, but the teacher continues to work under conditions that make it seem like the fight for independence is still going on.

Teachers, though arguably one of the main pillars of Ghana’s development, still lack many fundamental resources to work with not to mention the welfare issues at present.

As we mark 65 years of Ghana’s independence, GNAT offers the following;

  1. The Ministry of Education, through its collaborating agencies, ensures that textbooks and other learning resources for teachers are provided in schools, after their absence, a clear three years after the implementation of the new education program.
  2. Foster greater collaboration between the Ministry of Education, the Ghana Education Service and all local assemblies to address poor school infrastructure in rural communities.
  3. The Government to set the roadmap for the start of the 10,000 Housing Program promised by the President of the Republic at the launch of the 6th Quadrennial Conference of the GNAT at the beginning of this year.

In this time of Ghana’s development, the GNAT calls on all Ghanaians to unite around the main objectives around which independence was achieved on March 6, 1957.

God bless GNAT, God bless Ghana.

SIGN

Thomas T. Musah
General secretary
GNAT

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