Colleges of Education Teachers Association of Ghana (CETAG) will today begin a strike action to register their displeasure over delays in migrating them to become tertiary institutions.
In a statement signed by National Secretary of the Association, Prince Obeng-Himah, the association will from today withdraw some activities undertaken by members including On-Campus teaching practice, any orientation exercise and/or teaching /learning activity preceding the out- program and any extra- curricular activity preceding the out program.
Below is the Press Statement:
DECLARATION OF STRIKE BY CETAG IN THE 38 PUBLIC COEs EFFECTIVE SEPTEMBER 12, 2016
NEC is tasked by the National Council to take steps including declaration of strike action to press home our demand for unconditional implementation of our an unduly delayed migration.
We are by this directive, asking members to withdraw our services from the following components of our job description-
– On-Campus teaching practice
– Any orientation exercise and/or teaching /learning activity preceding the out- program
– Any extra- curricular activity preceding the out program.
Leadership shall review the action and possible activate other curricular components assigned us in the course of time depending on the circumstances.
We are extremely confident that members will remain resolute and comply with this directive about this strike of our destiny.