The Deputy Director General of the Ghana Education Service, Dr Anthony Boateng has said that the next batch of Staff ID’s which is yet to be released will capture all newly recruited teachers who have not received theirs as of now.
The Deputy Director General made this pronouncement to the National Association of Graduate Teachers (NAGRAT) president, Mr Angel Carbonou on phone.
This comes after the Leadership of the Coalition of Newly Recruited Teachers visited the NAGRAT president who made a phone call to the Deputy Director General of GES to ask for the cause of the delay.
According to the leadership of the Coalition, the Deputy Director told Mr Angel Carbonou that the reason for the delay was as a result of individual differences in the date of the assumption of duty.
“The next batch of staff IDs will capture all newly recruited teachers and the reason for the delay was as a result of individual differences in the date of the assumption of duty”, Coalition of Newly Recruited Teachers said.
Speed up generation of staff ID’s for newly recruited teachers – Dr Adutwum directs GES
Some newly recruited teachers who have not received theirs Staff ID’s despite working for 6 months have expressed their displeasure over the sluggish act of GES to release their staff ID’s for biometric registration which enables the payment of salary delays.
Is being a month since the release of the third batch of Staff ID’s meanwhile the Education Minister, Dr Osei Adutwum has on 28th July directed the GES to speed up the process.
The earlier released letter from the Coalition of Newly Recruited Teachers.