[Just In]: Urgent Notice to Level 300 Teacher Trainees’ in the 46 Colleges of Education


Information we have gathered regarding the ongoing strike by the Colleges of Education Teachers Association of Ghana (CETAG) reveals that if the strike should extend into the third week, third years’ will still write their end-of-first-semester examinations.

This information was obtained from reliable sources privy to the matter. This is to ensure that the academic calendar is not disrupted.

With the strike still underway, the mentoring universities are devising a contingency plan to ensure that the upcoming examinations proceed as planned, despite the absence of the teaching staff.

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As part of this plan, the non-teaching staff and National Service personnel currently deployed in the various colleges will be tasked with invigilating the exams, alongside external invigilators.

Acknowledging the potential disruption caused by the ongoing strike, third-year students are urged to make the necessary preparations for their examinations.

The confirmed examination dates as stated on their respective timetables should be strictly adhered to.

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Coleman Publications, always committed to bringing the latest news to our readers, is actively monitoring the situation. We will provide timely updates on the CETAG strike and any other turn of event regarding the examination.

We encourage all readers, especially those who rely on us for Colleges of Education News, to stay tuned and follow us closely.

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