Strike: Update on the negotiations between the three Teacher Unions and the Government

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Despite efforts to engage in dialogue to resolve these issues, the parties have so far been unable to find common ground
Despite efforts to engage in dialogue to resolve these issues, the parties have so far been unable to find common ground
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It has been revealed that the latest meeting held on Monday, April 8, 2024, between the three teacher unions and the government ended without any decisive outcomes.

Reports indicate that the discussions failed to yield any concrete decisions, resulting in the postponement of further talks to the following week.

SEE ALSO: Teacher Unions Call Off Strike, Return to Negotiation Table

The teacher unions had brought forth crucial concerns that they sought to address during the negotiations, which had previously led to a two-week strike that was subsequently halted by a court order.

Despite efforts to engage in dialogue to resolve these issues, the parties have so far been unable to find common ground on key matters affecting teachers in Ghana.

SEE ALSO: High Court orders Teacher Unions to call off strike

The inconclusive nature of the recent meeting has left many teachers and union members uncertain about the direction of the negotiations, prompting concerns over the future course of action.

As both sides prepare to reconvene for further discussions next week, there is a growing sense of anticipation among stakeholders regarding any potential breakthroughs or developments that may emerge.

SEE ALSO: Allowances the three major pre-tertiary teacher unions are demanding from government

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