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Another strike action by Teachers after the COLA strike is coming live.

Another strike action after the COLA strike is coming.

In a post signted by seekersnewsgh on Ghana Teacher’s Diaries;  Another strike action after the COLA strike is coming.

That one will be for government failure to provide textbooks for basic schools.

It’s been 3 years with no textbooks at basic schools ever since the new curriculum has been in operation.


If the government doesn’t provide the textbooks, we will have no option than to strike again.

It’s only strike action that the government understands better before they make effort to do what is expected of them.

Now we know that the government only takes teachers seriously when teachers speak the language the government understands and takes action. And that language is strike.

No textbooks. No school.

The teacher unions should make the textbooks unavailability in schools another standpoint for another strike since the government is unconcerned about basic schools development and welfare but only interested in SHS because SHS students have vote and the basic schools students don’t have vote.

Another strike pending after this strike.
Aluta continues.
Forward ever, backwards never.

In a recent post the Minister Of Education has confirmed about 50% of the textbook printing has been completed.

Government is to work extra hard to resolve all issues raised in the country.

World Bank supported Ghana with this huge amount from July 2021 to June 2022- Pierre Frank Laporte

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Peter N. Djangmah is a multifaceted individual with a passion for education, entrepreneurship, and blogging. With a firm belief in the power of digital education and science, I am affectionately known as the Private Minister of Information. Connect with me

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