Impact and Effects of Teachers Strike on Students in Ghana ; Education in Ghana is currently unable to reach the noble goal due to significant challenges. The ongoing UTAG strike, which has frequently hindered academic operations, is at the top of the list of issues. The UTAG’s frequent strikes can be attributed to a variety of factors. According to UTAG, the most serious issues are a lack of financing, a lack of autonomy, and demeaning working circumstances. In order to find a long-term solution to these issues.
The University Teachers Association of Ghana , UTAG, has announced its decision to embark on a strike from MONDAY, January 10, 2022, to demand arrears in their professional development allowances.UTAG recently embark on strike which led to thre suspension of Academic works in most universities in Ghana.
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- UTAG TO INTENSIFY STRIKE.
- Breaking News: University Teachers UTAG Embark on Nationwide Strike
- Breaking News : UTAG Suspends Ongoing strike.
- UTAG AGREES TO TAKE STEPS TO SUSPEND THE ON-GOING STRIKE AS NLC ALSO DISCONTINUES ALL LEGAL PROCESSES AGAINST UTAG.
- We won’t call off strike until government addresses our concerns – UTAG to Government
The stoppage of academic work is the main effect and impact of strike on education in Ghana. This results in school closures and, in certain cases, the end of the academic semester. After the strike, students return to class with heavy loads of lectures to catch up on. This usually results in poor exam performance.
Unions are critical in providing educators with the information and support they need to get through the difficult challenges of strikes. Unions may proactively limit the negative effects of employment actions on members now and in the future by providing supportive and proven mental health resources like Starling Minds to manage their anxieties.Follow us on Whatsapp , Instagram, Twitter , Facebook