Ghana Education Service is the body noted for recruiting teachers all over the country to teach in public basic and secondary schools. Just recently the outfits of GES in a press release dated 17th July, 2023 called for the 2023 and 2023 graduates from the Colleges of Education who were not posted to apply for postings.
A delegation from the Secretariat of TTAG comprising of Hon. Adams Fuseini Mohammed (Shiekh) Coordinator and Hon. Abuu Sadick Mohammed, Administrator visited GES last week to commend GES for the listening ear given to the laments of the Association, Unposted Trained Teachers, Teacher Unions and other cooperative bodies who sought campaign vehemently for GES to post them.
The team upon arrival met the PRO for Ghana Education Service, Mrs. Cassandra Twum Ampofo, where they had some engagements on pertinent issues of newly trained teachers, Unposted trained teachers among others.
During the engagement, the leaders sought to find out from the Head of the Public Relations of GES, the arrangements underway for 2023 graduates from the Colleges of Education after newly trained teachers are done with their national service. In response she said, 2023 graduates and qualified teachers from the Colleges of Education would be recruited right after they are done with the recruitment processes involving the 2023 and 2023 graduate trained teachers and hence should be assured that they would be recruited to impart their learned skills in the classroom.
She further added that, GES would communicate to the general public when all is set for the recruitment of the 2023 graduates.
Mrs. Cassandra, concluding again urged the 2023 and 2023 graduates from the Colleges of Education to consider this as an opportunity for them and register as early as possible before the portal closes.
The association through this medium would want to assure the 2023 graduates from the public Colleges of Education to keep calm as the secretariat would further continue to engage the stakeholders concerned with the postings of teachers.