SPEECH MR. CHRISTIAN ADDAI-POKU, NAGRAT PRESIDENT, AT THE INAUGURATION OF THE NAGRAT LYCEUM . I am delighted to welcome you to the inauguration of the new office complex for National Association of Graduate Teachers (NAGRAT) Ghana. Indeed the dream of creating a new and befitting home for our noble Association is a dream ...
Mr. Chairman, My Lord the Metropolitan Archbishop of the Accra Arch Diocese of the Catholic Church, Niime, Naame, the President, National Officers, Past and Present, National Executive Committee, National Council, Other Officers of NAGRAT, Ladies and gentlemen of the Press, Invited Guest, Ladies and Gentlemen, I am exceedingly glad to ...
KEYNOTE ADDRESS DELIVERED BY GHANA’S MINISTER OF EDUCATION AT THE OPENING CEREMONY OF THE 10TH EDUCATION INTERNATIONAL FURTHER AND HIGHER EDUCATION AND RESEARCH CONFERENCE 14 – 16 NOVEMBER, 2016 AT THE FIESTA ROYAL HOTEL ACCRA, GHANA Mr. Chairman, Officers of Education International, delegated and participants of Conference, ladies and gentlemen of the ...
Mr. Chairman, Distinguished Delegates Assembled, Invited Guests, Ladies and Gentlemen: Permit me to associate myself with all the protocols observed early on at this Congress. I bring you warm fraternal greetings and best wishes from the National Council and indeed the entire membership of the National Association of Graduate Teachers-NAGRAT on the occasion of ...
Distinguished Chairman, I am privileged to be the President of our Association as we hold our first ever delegates conference here in Bolgatanga in the Upper East Region. Two years ago, we held a very successful conference in Takoradi in the Western Region that became the “talk of town” not only ...
I am grateful for the invitation to be part of your 11th national delegates' conference and for the opportunity to contribute to your reflection on issues affecting your profession and the nation as a whole. I do this not as an expert in education but as a religious professional with a deep passion for education. The ...
At its 11th National Delegates Conference held from 2nd to 5th September 2015 in Bolgatanga in the Upper-East Region of Ghana , under the theme “Protecting the Integrity of Examinations; If Not Us, Then Who?,” the National Association of Graduate Teachers (NAGRAT) Ghana decided and wishes to communicate to the ...
Today’s Press Conference by the National Association of Graduate Teachers (NAGRAT) is to express profound disappointment at the shambolic performance of the West African Examinations Council (WAEC) over the years, and to make some recommendations. We wish to bring into particular focus, the circumstances that led to the cancellation of ...
1.0 INTRODUCTION The National Labour Commission (NLC) at its sitting on Wednesday, 29th October, 2014 in the matter between the three Teacher Unions (Ghana National Association of Teachers, National Association of Graduate Teachers and Coalition of Concerned Teachers, Ghana) and Ghana Education Service (GES), directed the formation of a Working Group under the auspices ...
FORUM FOR PUBLIC SECTOR REGISTERED PENSIONS SCHEMES 21ST OCT, 2014 PRESS CONFERENCE BY THE FORUM IN DEMAND FOR THE OPERATIONALIZATION OF THE FOUR ...
NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF GRADUATE TEACHERS - NAGRAT NAGRAT PRESS RELEASE NAGRAT has learnt with shock and dismay that a number of teachers particularly those recruited from 2011 to date have not been paid their September 2014 salaries. The situation has not only brought untold hardship on the affected teachers but also disenabled ...
PRESS CONFRENCE ADDRESS BY RENE KWAMIKORKOR SENYO, CHAIRMAN OF NAGRAT GREATER ACCRA SECRETARIAT ON THE 14TH MAY 2014. Ladies and Gentlemen of the press, today’s press conference is necessitated by the frustration teacher unions are going through in trying to get our issues resolved peacefully. The main issues which brought us ...
Ladies and Gentlemen of the press, today’s press conference is necessitated by the frustrations teacher unions are going through in trying to get our issues resolved peacefully. The main issues which have brought us to this end include; Poor handling of the ...
Ladies and gentlemen of the press, once again, the National Association of Graduate Teachers (NAGRAT) Greater Accra is pleased you have responded to our invitation to listen to some concerns we have with government and our employers GES. We chanced upon a letter signed by the Hon. Seth E. Tekpe the ...
The National Association of Graduate Teachers (NAGRAT) has given a stern warning it won’t tolerate any violation of transfer procedures after government announced a plan to redistribute teachers.The association fears teachers would suffer great inconvenience and psychological trauma if they are ...
Our vision is to build confidence in the teaching profession. We will work to achieve a profession whose membership will be respected by society by virtue of their professional capabilities, their work ethics and their ability to inspire success in the next generation.
The membership of the National Association of Graduate Teachers(NAGRAT),at its second biennia1(10th) delegates conference in Takoradi on August 28, last year, renewed the mandate of the national officers to steer the affairs of the Association for another four-year term.
we are SUSPENDING the strike action to enable negotiations continue. It is however our firm conviction that the negotiations will be concluded in due course and that the implementation outcome will be fruitful to Labour and also be respected by Government accordingly.
The National Association of Graduate Teachers (NAGRAT) has responded to President John Dramani Mahama’s appeal to the group to call off their strike by stating that it would be better for government to take steps to formalize issues they have raised than to beg them via word of mouth. The group ...
Members of the National Executive Committee of the National Association of Graduate Teachers (NAGRAT), members of the Association herein gathered, friends from the media, invited guests, ladies and gentlemen, we are indeed grateful for your presence here considering the fact that our invitations were extended to you at very short ...
The National Association of Graduate Teachers (NAGRAT) is worried about the delay on the part of government to handover the second tier pension contributions of the Ghana Education Service workers to the Board of Trustees to administer. The Scheme has been three years behind schedule yet no concrete steps are being ...
Today, 5th October is World Teachers’ Day. On this day, millions of people from all walks of life pay homage to the entire education community. It is an occasion to honour the teaching profession and support teachers in their efforts at empowering people to build a better world. The theme for ...
NAGRAT has been following with keen interest some of the political discourse relating to the free Senior High School (SHS) campaign promise made by the flag-bearer of the New Patriotic Party (NPP). Many discussants on some radio and television programs have sought to link the Association to one position or ...
PRESS CONFERENCE ADDRESSED BY THE PRESIDENT OF THE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF GRADUATE TEACHERS (NAGRAT) ON THURSDAY 12TH APRIL 2012 AT THE NATIONAL SECRETARIAT Ladies and gentlemen of the press, colleague teachers, it is my pleasure to welcome you to this all important Press Conference. Today’s gathering is meant to draw your ...
Organised Labour, of which NAGRAT is a member has concluded negotiations on the 2012 Base Pay for Single Salary Structure for Public Sector workers. In a communique issued at the end of the meeting on 28th February 2012. It was agreed that implementation will take retrospective effect from January 2012. The ...
CORRECTION OF MASSIVE ANOMALIES IN TEACHERS’ PAY The National Executive Committee of NAGRAT wish to inform its members that leadership is aware of the massiveanomalies and disparities in the payment of Single Spine Salary (SSS) arrears to teachers. It is true that,since October 2011 when government agreed to commence payment of SSS ...
It is surprising to note that the number of students placed in some schools far exceeded the vacancies declared by the heads of institutions. As a result of this, school administrators have been thrown into confusion as to who should be admitted. Undoubtedly, this situation which has assumed alarming proportions ...