Ghana National Association of Teachers Strikes in Response to Unsatisfactory Wages
Ghana National Association of Teachers(GNAT) has decided to strike in order to increase the wages of Ghanaian teachers, which they claim are not on part with the work they are expected to do.
The strike will start on July 4th and will last until further notice . This decision comes after negotiations between the GNAT and the government over compensation for teachers fell through, according to GNAT President – Phillippa Larsen, president of GNAT.
Things to know about G.N.A.T strike
The Ghana National Association Teachers has announced that they will be going on strike effective July 4th, 2022. This is in response to the unsatisfactory wages that teachers have been receiving.
This will affect all schools in Ghana. Teachers are advised to not come to work during this time. The strike will last until the government meets the demands of the G.N.A.T.
Who will be affected by the G.N.A.T strike?
The G.N.A.T strike will affect all teachers in Ghana who are members of the association. This includes both public and private school teachers.
The strike is set to begin on July 4th, 2022 and will last until the government meets the demands of the G.N.A.T. These demands include a raise in wages for all teachers, as well as better working conditions and benefits.
Will the G.N.A.T strike have any consequences on students?
The Ghana National Association of Teachers has announced that they will be going on strike effective July 4th, 2022. This is in response to the current state of unsatisfactory wages for teachers.
It is unclear at this time what sort of consequences this will have on students, but it is possible that classes may be cancelled or disrupted.
The G.N.A.T strike is likely to cause some inconvenience for students, but it is important to remember that the teachers are striking for a fair wage.
What are some things that parents can do when teachers go on strike?
When teachers go on strike, it can be a difficult time for parents. Here are some things that you can do to help your child during this time.
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