GES To Postpone Vacation Date?

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GES should postpone trip by two weeks as a result of COLA strike… Agree or Disagree?

The Ghana Schooling Service (GES) should get thinking about the potential for transferring the holiday day for time period two from eleventh to 1st Sept. as a result of COLA strike which lasted some 10 days.

Per the present calendar, faculties reopened for the second time period on tenth Could and are anticipated to vacate on the eleventh of August 2022. If the GES retains the calendar as it’s, learners would have misplaced two weeks of contact, which can’t be changed except the time period calendar is prolonged.


Ought to the GES lengthen the calendar by two weeks, it should imply faculties will reopen after 11 days of trip on thirteenth September 2022.

Thus, learners and academics would have in whole spent 10 days (COLA) strike interval at dwelling and the remaining 11 days after trip on 1st September. Academics would agree that such a call will likely be honest at this essential time.

The extension of time period two would assist make sure that, the interval misplaced between 4th and 14th July is catered for. The COLA strike began by GNAT, NAGRAT, CCT-GH, and TEWU lasted practically two weeks.

It could be prudent that the managers of pre-tertiary training contemplate extending the 2nd time period calendar for public faculties by some two weeks. This may assist academics to cowl subjects but to be handled for the time period.

College youngsters have suffered from studying loss on account of COVID-19 and whereas we’re blissful that the federal government has been capable of cope with the strike by offering 15% COLA for academics and all public sector staff, academics and non-teaching employees shouldn’t complain or have points with being requested to increase the time period by one other 2 weeks.

Within the coming days, it’s hoped that the Ghana Schooling Service and the Ministry of Schooling will replace training stakeholders on whether or not they have prolonged the time period by 14 days or not.

GES should postpone trip by two weeks as a result of COLA strike… Agree or Disagree? Share your ideas on the submit.



Supply: Ghana Schooling Information

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