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CETAG Strike Casts Doubt on Level 200 Trainees’ Second Semester Start

The second-year students in colleges of education are set to commence their second-semester first phase, which is six weeks long, from August 27th to October 7th, 2023.

CETAG to Extend Strike Action to November if August Salaries are Withheld

He condemned the government's attempt to manipulate the association's stance by applying economic pressure on its members and reaffirmed their determination to resist such tactics.

[Breaking]: Here is the Latest Update on the CETAG’s Strike

This latest update was shared with members of CETAG by the Acting National Secretary, Maxwell Bunu, in a post on August 22nd, 2023.

GTEC Directs Controller and Accountant General to Withhold Payment for CETAG Teaching Staff

The Ghana Tertiary Education Commission (GTEC) has issued a directive to the Controller and Accountant General to withhold monthly salary and allowances for the month of August, 2023 to the teaching staff of all 46 colleges of Education (CETAG)

JUST IN: Here is the Latest Update on CETAG’s Strike

The Ag. Secretary of the Colleges of Education Teachers Association of Ghana (CETAG) has revealed in a post shared with members that the scheduled online meeting between CETAG and the Minister of Education, which was supposed to take place on Monday, 21st August 2023, has been cancelled.

[CETAG’s Strike]: Status of the Implementation of the NLC’s Arbitral Award by the Government

The Ministry of Education, Ghana Tertiary Education Commission, and Principals of Colleges of Education have been directed to compile a list of eligible tutors who performed additional duties in 2022.

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SRC and Entire Level 300 Students of Jasikan College to Sign Bond of Good Behavior

The Students' Representative Council (SRC) and the entire Level 300 Students of Jasikan College of Education have been asked by the management of the college to sign a bond of good behaviour following their disturbances and protests on campus in August.

We can’t trust WASSCE result for College of Education entry – NTC

The National Teaching Council (NTC) says it cannot solely rely on WASSCE results to offer West African Senior School Certificate Examination graduates admission to pursue various teacher education courses in Colleges of Education
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