Teacher unions upset over 4-7% base pay increase for 2021, 2022
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Teacher unions upset over 4-7% base pay increase for 2021, 2022


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Three teacher unions have expressed dissatisfaction with the announced base pay increment for public sector workers for 2021 and 2022.

The unions; Ghana National Association of Teachers, National Association of Graduate Teachers, and the Coalition of Concerned Teachers, believe teachers are deserving of better conditions of service.

The base pay increase is 4 percent for 2021 and 7 percent for 2022.


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