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Check Out This New Development: Whether Continuous Professional Development Allowance Will Be Paid Every Month To Teachers Or Not

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In agreement with the three(3) teacher unions, the Ghana National Teachers Association (GNAT), the National Graduate Teachers Association (NAGRAT) and the Alliance of Concerned Teachers (CCT).

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Continuous professional development refers to the educational process and the development of professional knowledge and skills through autonomous, participation-based or immersive learning. This type of learning encourages practitioners to enhance their skills through the help of certified learning. The Professional Development Allowance is intended for professional development by teachers.

This research allowance is paid to lecturers to enable them to conduct research.

 

This study allowance is given annually to lecturers to enable them to perform research. This study allowance is paid annually.

The Provision for Teacher Professional Development is also payable annually.

 

In order to renew their license, the National Teaching Council has issued unique courses teachers are to complete, the professional development allowance is to assist teachers to take courses that will upgrade their abilities.

Teachers can take part in workshops and seminars for preparation.

 

A sum of GHS1200 was paid to professional teachers in 2020 and GHS600 was earned by non-professional teachers.

As guaranteed by the state, the Continuous Professional Development Allowance would be paid to teachers every month.

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Photo: JHS 3 Student Pays Macho Men To Beat Up A ‘Stubborn’ Teacher

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A JHS 3 student of Kroma 2 JHS at Nungua, a suburb of Accra in the Greater Accra Region of Ghana, together with his gang has attacked a teacher for punishing him over his failure to do his homework.

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Starr News reports that after he was disciplined, the pupil fled home, picked up a gang in a Sprinter Bus and stormed the school, leaving the teacher with a facial injury. 
The teacher was saved by his fellow teachers and was sent to LEKMA Hospital to collect and release his wounds later on.

Teacher Beaten By Gang Of student Over Homework

After the attack, the mother of the student also besieged the school and rained insults on the teacher identified as Mr. Moses Onyameasem who was already in hospital receiving treatment for his wounds.

The development has led to the closure of the school and some other schools in the area until further notice.

Source: www.GhanaCNN.com

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I Will Change The Lives Of Teachers For The Better Because I Know Their Cry-Minister Of Education Designate Speaks

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The Minister-designate, who was a former Deputy Minister of Education in the first term of the government led by Akufo Addo, vowed to provide quality leadership when given the opportunity to achieve the reform agenda of the government in the education sector.

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I’m a ‘chief teacher,’ and when I become minister, you’ll see me teaching in the classroom with my marker,” Dr. Adutwum assured.”

He vowed to provide the resources needed for talented yet needy students from impoverished communities to pursue their dream courses at universities. For that, he made reference a month ago to paying fees for 30 students to join university.

Again, he indicated that he would do everything in his power to make teachers satisfied with the job as they make up the most important part of the education of the country.

After his vetting, many people say that even from presidents they have heard plenty of promises and nothing really has been accomplished with all their promises, and so they are fed up with the fact that politicians have to lair to them with vain promises that are never accomplished.
However, those citizens’ arguments may be valid in some way, but I think we had him in office for 4 years as the then Deputy Education

Minister for the 2016-2020 governance cycle under his Excellency President Akufo Addo’s first-term administration.

Now, drawing on what was seen some years ago as the Deputy Minister of Education under his administration, we assume he will actually enforce, if not all, some of his commitments that will affect the growth of teachers and students.

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Ministry of Education Will Pursue Robust Education System – Dr Yaw Osei Adutwum

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Ministry of Education Will Pursue Robust Education System - Dr Yaw Osei Adutwum

Dr Yaw Osei Adutwum, the Minister-designate for Education, has given the assurance that he would pursue a rigorous and robust education system to bridge the disparities between children in the southern and northern sectors.

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Therefore when approved as the Education Minister, he would tap into the rural telephony connectivity project being pursued by the Ministry of Communications, to ensure that children everywhere in the country have access to the Internet for promotion of the study of Information Communication Technology.

Dr Adutwum, also Member of Parliament for Bosomtwe, gave the assurance when he appeared before the Parliament’s Appointments Committee on for vetting.

The Minister-designate kicked against the idea for schools to be closed down again due to the spread of Coronavirus, explaining that, if the COVID-19 safety and preventive protocols are strictly observed, the school environment would be a safer place than the home.

He, therefore, promised to ensure that all the required personal protective equipment were supplied to both public and private schools timeously whilst suspected Covid-19 cases were promptly reported to the mapped health facilities.

“The schools will be a safer environment than the home if we’re ahead of the disease in terms of decision-making therefore, the Ghana Education Service and Ghana Health Service have been collaborating to achieve that objective,” Dr Adutwum added.

The Minister-designate, who was a former Deputy Education Minister in the Akufo-Addo-led government first term, pledged to provide quality leadership when given the nod, to achieve the government’s transformation agenda in the education sector.

“I’m a ‘teacher-in-chief’ and when I become the Minister, you’ll see me with a marker teaching in the classroom,” Dr Adutwum assured.

He pledged to provide the necessary support to brilliant but needy students from deprived communities to pursue courses of their dream in the universities.

Commenting on the Public University Bill, Dr Adutwum said he would continue with the stakeholders’ consultations started by his predecessor and ensure that the views of the stakeholders are respected while implementing government’s education policies.

Source: www.GhanaCNN.com

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