Mr. Ebenezer Asare-Baah, the Nkoranza Municipal Secretary of Ghana National Association of Teachers (GNAT), has urged teachers of the area to redouble their efforts to improve the standard of education in the area.wpid-teachers.jpg

Mr. Asare-Baah was addressing teachers from Ayerede and Donkro-Nkwanta circuits at separate meetings when he accompanied Mr. Godfred Axolu, the Municipal Director of Education, on his duty tour of schools in the Municipality.

He said GNAT would not countenance any wrong-doing by teachers and appealed to them to play the roles expected of them.

Mr. Axolu urged circuit supervisors to step up school visits to put teachers on their toes to improve the standard of education in the area.

He deplored the negative attitude of some teachers particularly absenteeism, drunkenness and apathy and said such attitudes would be an indictment on e teachers as role models in the communities.

Mr. Axolu appealed to parents to team up with teachers in their communities to achieve the desired goal of a better standard of education.

Mr. Mustapha Gausu, the Circuit Supervisor for the area, said lack of teachers in some schools in the area was a major problem facing the Circuit and pleaded with the Municipal Director of Education to post more teachers to the area.

At Donkro-Nkwanta Mr. Joseph Yaw Mensah, the Circuit Supervisor, complained of the lack of teachers? accommodation in deprived school communities and appealed to Nkoranza Municipal Assembly to assist.

GNA

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