Teacher Unions’ thoughts on GES’s proposal for reopening of Schools not a ‘Popular Decision’ – Private Schools Council

The Ghana National Council of Private Schools  (GNACOPS) has said that the Teacher Unions’ thoughts on GES’s proposal for reopening of Schools was not a ‘Popular Decision’ and should be disregarded.

The Unions in a press statement issued on Monday, May, 18,2020  criticised the Ghana Education Service (GES) over a letter requesting proposals for reopening of schools in the country.

The Four teacher Unions – GNAT, NAGRAT, TEWU and CCT said the GES letter which suggests that the body has launched a stakeholder consultation to provide President Akufo-Addo with measures to be taken ahead of a possible reopening of all basic and senior high schools is uncalled for.

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But the Leadership- of the Council of Private Schools in Ghana, in a Facebook post after the Teacher Unions’ Press statement, said the decision was just an expression of their thoughts and not a [popular decision.

“You have just expressed your mere thoughts on school reopening.
But not a popular Decision”. They said.

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Source: EducationGhana.net


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