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GNAT Pushes For ‘One Laptop, One Internet Modem’ For Teachers

The Ghana National Association of Teachers (GNAT) is advocating for a “one laptop and one modem per teacher” policy to support teachers in enhancing the learning experience of students within the COVID-19 period. Interacting with teachers at it 2020 stakeholders forum, President of GNAT, Mrs Philippa Larson noted that teachers …

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Over 14,000 teachers have not been paid – NAGRAT

The National Association of Graduate Teachers (NAGRAT) is saying that the payment of teachers’ salaries and arrears remains a challenge as over 14,000 teachers have not received their salaries. This was revealed by the President of the Association, Mr. Eric Angel Carbonu, in an interview with Samuel Eshun on the …

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WASSCE riots: Corporal punishment must be reintroduced – GNAT

The Ghana Education Service must think of reintroducing corporal punishment to instill discipline in most schools across the country, President of the Ghana National Association of Teachers (GNAT) Phillipa Larson has stated. Speaking on Morning Starr, Madam Larson said the behaviour of some candidates in the ongoing West African Senior …

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Arrest students who assault teachers during WASSCE – GNAT

The Ghana National Association of Teachers (GNAT) has called on authorities to arrest students who perpetrate violence against its members facilitating the ongoing examinations in senior high schools across the country. According to Philipa Larson, reports of threats of assault on teachers over the West African Senior Secondary Certificate Examinations …

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GNAT opposes Mahama’s plan to cancel licensure exams

Deputy General Secretary of the Ghana National Association of Teachers has kicked against plans by the opposition National Democratic Congress, to cancel the licensure exams if it is voted into power. According to Mr Awotwe Nkansah, they need this accreditation to differentiate themselves from the “fake” teachers that have flooded the …

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GNAT hails basic education reforms

The Ghana National Association of Teachers (GNAT) has hailed the introduction of a new basic curriculum as part of ongoing reforms within the education sector, which will take effect from the 2019/2020 academic year. GNAT is particularly enthused with the introduction of History as a subject, saying it will help …

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