Headquarters for Coalition of Concerned Teachers in Accra


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A Deputy Minister of Education in charge of Tertiary Education, Mr Samuel Okudzeto-Ablakwa,  said the Ministry of Education was committed to partnering teachers to ensure quality education.

He stressed that the only way to fight poverty and the challenges confronting the nation was through education.

He commended the leadership of the CCT for its transparency and quest to promote quality education. President of coalition

The President of the CCT, Mr Ernest Opoku, served notice that the coalition would not shield any member who would bring the teaching profession into disrepute.

“Though some teachers are not living up to their responsibilities, a great majority are doing extremely well and must be acknowledged and rewarded accordingly, especially those in remote areas,” he said.

Mr Opoku appealed to the government to pay all salary arrears owed teachers, adding, “We are still waiting for the government to make the payments.”

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