Partner TTAG, Colleges to offer Scholarships, Provide Hostel Facilities for Colleges – TTAG to Teacher Unions


EducationGhana| July 24| Partner TTAG, Colleges to offer Scholarships, Provide Hostel Facilities for Colleges – TTAG to Teacher Unions

The president of the Teacher Trainees Association of Ghana (TTAG) Jonathan Dzunu has called on the pretertiary teacher unions and other Non-Governmental Organisations to partner with the Association to offer support schemes for patients.

The president made this revelation in a speech delivered at the 26th General Assembly of the Association held at the St Francis College of Education on July 22, 2022.

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”On behalf of teacher trainees across the forty-six (46) colleges of education, I wish to appeal to Teacher Unions to partner with TTAG and college managements to put mechanisms in place to identify brilliant needy students and sponsor their education.” He said.

”We also call on Teacher Unions to partner with college management to establish hostel facilities in colleges of education at a subsidized cost for use by students to augment the existing facilities.” He said.

”We believe that there is a need for Teacher Unions to extend short and long-term support to teacher trainees and further strengthen the relationship between trainees and the Unions since the employment processes of a teacher is incomplete without joining a Teacher Union.”

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”Madam Chairperson, it is very important to notify us all that, the 26th General Assembly seeks to discuss topical issues that are of interest to teacher trainees and the nation at large.”

”We shall not hesitate to make our resolutions known in issuing communique to all key stakeholders in teacher education for onwards action and implementation of same since our decision making does not end without involving policymakers in the education fraternity among others.” He said

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