The Ghana National Association of Teachers (GNAT) has requested heads from schools the nation over and District Directors of Education to cut the misrepresentation and paint the specific picture in the nation’s schools.
The Association needs them to talk to squeeze the supervisors of the country’s schooling to act to save the instructive framework. Talking at the sixth Quadrennial Delegate Conference of GNAT at the Assin South region, Dr. Isaac Owusu, the Central Regional Chairman of the Association, said conditions in the schools address a ticking delayed bomb, standing by to detonate if the circumstance isn’t tended to comprehensively.
“You heads of schools and overseers of instruction need to cut the misrepresentation and end the quiet. You are for the most part enduring,” he said.
Dr Isaac Owusu’s call comes when guardians of SHS understudies are griping about difficulties identifying with the free SHS program. Among challenges facing the free SHS program that were referenced by various guests into Joy FMs Super Morning Show Wednesday, May 26 are; absence of convenience offices bringing about understudies resting on the floor, blockage in homerooms, bother identifying with inconsistent timetables for the twofold track framework, low quality of food served to understudies, little thoughtfulness regarding end of semester assessments and negligible contact hours.
“Paint the photos in the instructive area and heap tension on the administrators of the country’s schooling to fix the difficulties tormenting the area so we could get arrangements,” he added.
He said, the quietness of the tops of the schools and overseers of training has been stunning enough, and it was no time like the present they started talking about the genuine circumstance in the schools in the country.
Dr Owusu implied that educators and understudies keep on enduring peacefully and endure the worst part of the wreck that has been made and, along these lines, needs the quiet broken by heaping tension on the chiefs of the instructive framework to fix the issues. “It isn’t the obligation of the educator to give course books. It isn’t the obligation of the instructor to give framework. It is the obligation of the business to do as such. In the event that they aren’t doing as such, how about we advise them to fix the difficulties,” he said.
Assin South Chairman of GNAT, and an individual from the National Council of GNAT, Rockson Boateng, regretted how educators are being dealt with ridiculously as the public authority has neglected to redesign those that have gone for additional investigations.
Supportive of Vice-Chancellor of the University of Cape Coast, Prof. Dora Francisca Edu-Buandoh, approached GNAT to draw in their boss to address the difficulties militating against the area.