UTAG HAS DECIDED TO RESCIND ITS STRIKE DECISION AS NEGOTIATIONS TAKE PLACE.

It has been 7 weeks since the University Teachers Association of Ghana (UTAG) headed by Professor Solomon Nunoo embarked on a strike to refrain from all academic activities due to the claim of poor condition of services on the part of lecturers serving in public universities all over the country. The association has therefore decided …

EDUCATIONAL INTERVIEW: MIGRATING FROM FACE TO FACE, TO ONLINE TEACHING ACADEMIC ENGAGEMENTS.

The face to face learning is the traditional system of learning in all universities worldwide and an effective method of imparting knowledge, skills and values into students over the years. Due to the emergence of the deadly coronavirus pandemic which has brought a change in our normal way of living, universities and colleges have to …

PUBLIC UNIVERSITIES AT THE VERGE OF SHUTTING DOWN AS UTAG STRIKE CONTINUES.

It has been a fortnight now since the University Teacher’s Association of Ghana (UTAG) embarked on an indefinite strike due to its quest for improvement in the condition of lecturers teaching in public universities across the country which is the responsibility of the government. Lecturers have refused to perform their academic duties since school resumed …

STOP INTIMIDATING US WITH COURT THREATS; LECTURERS ARE ANNOYED – UTAG PREZ CAUTIONS LABOUR COMMISSION.

UTAG President, Prof. Charles Marfo has sent a strong message to the National Labour Commission regarding their resort to the court to arbitrate the ongoing impasse between them and the government over their conditions of service. The University lecturers have been on strike for the past 2 weeks now, demanding that government resolve their conditions …

UTAG AGREES TO SUSPEND ITS STRIKE AS THE NLC AND EMPLOYMENT MINISTRY DECIDE TO TERMINATE LEGAL PROCEEDINGS.

The University Teachers Association of Ghana (UTAG), has agreed to put an end to its strike following an emergency meeting with the National Labour Commission (NLC) and Employment and Labour Relations Ministry. News about this, is encompassed in a memorandum of agreement between the government and the Teachers Association.The National Labour Commission in connivance with …

UNIVERSITIES TEACHERS EMBARK ON STRIKE DUE TO SALARY DISPARITIES AND POOR CONDITION OF SERVICES.

The University Teachers' Association of Ghana (UTAG) has ordered lecturers in various educational institutions in the country to stop all academic activities due to salary problems and poor condition of services taking effect on the welfare of the educational system including that of teachers and the management body. UTAG is on strike. This is a …

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