Reopening Date For Level 100s and 300s in CoEs Likely To Be Postponed – Details


Colleges of Education in Ghana have released their admission list of new students who are expected to report to school in January.

As of today, payment of school fees by qualified students is underway as many from all walks of life are submitting their receipts from the bank to the school.

Just recently, CETAG threaten to lay down its tools if the Government of Ghana fails to pay its long-overdue arrears owed.

Genesis of the strike

CETAG and the Government of Ghana have come into an agreement named as Memorandum of Understanding(MoU) on the 24-11-2021 after which negotiations were reached on 2017-2020 Conditions of Service(CoS) for members of the Association

The said MoU states the effective date for implementation to be Jnauary 1, 2021 while payment is said to be done in October, November and December 2021.

As at now, the said payment ain’t effected even though October and November has ended.

Prior to this CETAG members are on the urge of playing down their tools when such payment is not made after the end of December.

Factually stating, most colleges have not been paid their feeding components which will enhance them feed the students when they report to school on that 8th of January, 2021 which also count to the non – payment of teacher trainees allowance.

Looking ahead prior to the identified issues in the colleges of education, the resumption day is likely to be postponed as PRINCOF will work on getting their feeding components and other arrears owed them.

Per this information stated above, we are foreseeing postponement of Colleges of Education resumption day and will work in hand with the management of the colleges of education to bring to your notice any change in time and day.


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