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Without GNAT, the teaching profession would have been something else-a teacher writes

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I am a strong member of GNAT and am always proud to belong to this great Association.

Without GNAT, the teaching profession would have been something else.

Our leaders of this great association,teachers are grateful to your leadership, but there is this game that the GES, our employer,is trying to play with teachers nowadays that we strongly need your action to call off the game.

Our employer (GES) always advocates that teachers must on regular basis upgrade themselves with modern methodologies and pedagogies to enrich their teaching skills to the benefit of their students and the nation as a whole,in other professions, workers are always sponsored by their employer to acquire new skills for the development of the institution and the nation in general, but it is not so in the GES.

Kwaku Kwarteng-Mim, Ahafo

In GES, teachers must bear the cost of every expenditure if he/she so wishes to upgrade him/herself. Teachers have not complain,for the betterment of the profession and the nation as a whole, some of us have used all the resources at our disposal and even went ahead to go in for loans with huge interest to upgrade ourselves with modern methodologies and pedagogies to enrich our teaching skills.

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Some teachers completed their courses way back 2017, 2018 and 2019 and GES is dragging it’s feet in upgrading us to our rightful ranks.

We strongly believe that GNAT with the bargaining power, you can help us bring this issue to an end.

If this continues without your interference, a time may come that teachers in this nation will rise up against their own association.

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Mr.Thomas Musah, we the affected teachers are counting on you and our leaders.

CREDIT: Kwaku Kwarteng-Mim, Ahafo

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