The Ghana National Association of Teachers has launched a five-chapter book targeted at improving pre-tertiary education in Ghana. This move forms part of the education organization’s commitment and contribution to superb education in Ghana.
The book titled, The GNAT Standpoint on Education,” explains GNAT’s position on quality education through a good environment, infrastructure, and provision of teaching and learning resources, learner/teacher support, mentoring, monitoring and evaluation, among others.
The purpose of the book is to serve as a point of reference to governments, political parties, donor agencies, and other stakeholders interested in knowing teachers and educational workers’ position on matters relating to quality pre-tertiary education.
Rev. Prof. Emmanuel Addow-Obeng, President of the Presbyterian University College, who launched the book, called on government and other stakeholders to make good use of the book to transform the educational sector.
He said the book emphasizes teachers’ welfare, health, and safety to attract and retain the best teachers.
At the event were representatives from the Ministry of Education, Judicial Staff Association of Ghana, and political parties, among others.