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NAGRAT demands list of beneficiaries of the food farms programme

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NAGRAT issues March 31 ultimatum over salary arrears

The National Association of Graduate Teachers (NAGRAT) has given the government up to the end of March to pay the salary arrears and allowances owed its members since 2013. The Association added that it will take a strong decision in protest if the government fails to meet the deadline. NAGRAT in a communiqué copied to citifmonline.com expressed disappointment that the ...

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NAGRAT puts intended strike on hold

The National Association of Graduate Teachers (NAGRAT), says it has put on hold plans to embark on an industrial action today [Tuesday], as government has released part of the over Ghc50 million arrears owed it members. According to the Association, it will take a concrete decision after a meeting with its Council members following government’s announcement that it had partially ...

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Pass law to regulate movement of pupils at night – C/R NAGRAT

The Ghana Education Service and the Ministry of Education have been urged to propose a legislative instrument (LI) that will regulate the movement of basic school pupils at night. The suggestion is aimed at getting educational policymakers and implementers to have greater control in regulating how pupils spend their time after school in order to ensure that they study a lot more ...

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Angel Carbonu takes over as NAGRAT president

The National Association of Graduate Teachers (NAGRAT) has sworn into office its newly-elected executives for a four-year term. The Executives include Eric Angel Carbonu as President, Jacob Anaba as Vice President and Samuel Frank Dadzie as General Secretary. The rest are Mr Michael Ayuraboya as Deputy General Secretary, Mr Isaac Lamptey as Finance Officer,  Dr. Harriet k Annan as Publicity ...

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Teacher unions set to strike over GHc 50m arrears

The three teacher unions have told the government to brace itself for a strike during the second term of the 2017/2018 academic year. Although a specific date for the strike has not been given, the second term begins next week. The intended strike is in connection with the non-payment of arrears amounting to over GHc 50 million. According to them, the ...

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NAGRAT can’t be blamed for inadequate toilets in schools – Carbonu

The National Association of Graduate Teachers (NAGRAT), has said inasmuch as it is concerned about inadequate toilet facilities in a lot of public basic schools, this does not fall within its remit. NAGRAT’s response follows a report suggesting that 36% of public basic schools are without toilets. About 7,332 out of the 20,738 public basic schools in the country, do ...

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NAGRAT threatens strike over GHc50m arrears

The National Association of Graduate Teachers (NAGRAT), has threatened an industrial action in January 2018, if the government fails to pay the over GHC 50 million outstanding arrears owed its members. Over the past 11 months, the various teacher unions have been negotiating with the government on the need to settle all its indebtedness to teachers, but the government has ...

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Voluntary Fund for Free SHS needless – Carbonu

The incoming President of the National Association of Graduate Teachers (NAGRAT), Angel Carbonu, has criticized government’s plan to set up a fund to receive voluntary contributions to support its free Senior High School programme, saying “I can assure you that it will not solve the problem for which it was established.” Speaking on Citi FM’s news analysis programme, The Big Issue ...

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Teacher unions give gov’t 1-week ultimatum over salary arrears

Ghana’s major teacher unions, including the Ghana National Association of Teachers (GNAT),  the National Association of Graduate Teachers (NAGRAT), and the Coalition of Concerned Teachers (CCT) – GH, have given the government a one-week ultimatum to pay their salary arrears, else they will be forced to “use other channels.” In a letter dated October 17, 2017, addressed to the Finance ...

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