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Coalition of Concern Private School Teachers Ghana (COPSTEG) says, it is disappointed in the President for failure to factor teachers in the period a lockdown to prevent and contain the spread of COVID-19 pandemic.

In a release, leadership for the group said, government has continuously ignored the plight of private school teachers in its policy intervention and has done same in this season of the lockdown.

According to the release, COPSTEG is saddened by the development although it considers the lockdown directive a crucial.

“But one thing the government or the President failed to ask is how are these teachers going to survive since our major source of income is the small salary we receive and this salary also come from the small school and the feeding fee our employers take from the Parents.”

It is therefore calling on government to do the needful.

Read below full statement

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Source: Simon Agbovi

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4 COMMENTS

  1. The president should not do this to the able private teachers for we Have done and still doing our posible best to to ensure quality education in Ghana.

    Ers

  2. Teachers in the private schools were also using the same syllabus as the public teachers…But they were not recognized. They will proceed to higher education but have to work for one or two years……You see… please help them

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