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Coalition of Unemployed Teachers Express Displeasure Over Recruitment Delays



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In a recent development, the Coalition of Unemployed Teachers (2022 batch) has voiced their dissatisfaction and concern regarding the handling of their recruitment and postings by the Ghana Education Service (GES) and the Ministry of Education (MoE).

In an official statement released on behalf of the coalition, it was highlighted that despite issuing a press release and formally writing to both the GES and MoE on three separate occasions – February 21, 2024, February 29, 2024, and March 12, 2024 – seeking clarification for the delay in their recruitment and requesting the opening of the portal, they have yet to receive any formal response or acknowledgment.

This lack of communication has left the coalition feeling unsettled and frustrated, as they emphasize the importance of timely recruitment within the teaching profession. With the introduction of degree programs in colleges of education and the promise of immediate recruitment upon meeting all necessary requirements, the teaching profession has become an attractive career path for many Ghanaians.

However, the current delay in recruitment threatens to tarnish the reputation of this esteemed profession. The coalition warns that if prompt action is not taken to expedite their recruitment, it could result in the accumulation of backlogs, further exacerbating the situation.

In light of these concerns, the Coalition of Unemployed Teachers has issued an ultimatum to the GES and MoE, giving them until the third week of March to initiate their recruitment process. Failure to comply with this deadline will prompt the coalition to take appropriate action in accordance with the law.

The coalition stresses the importance of addressing these issues promptly to prevent disillusionment within the teaching profession and to ensure that every Ghanaian child has access to quality education.

As the deadline approaches, all eyes are on the GES and MoE to see if they will heed the concerns of the Coalition of Unemployed Teachers and take the necessary steps to resolve the recruitment delays.

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