Readers will recall that this reliable source disclosed about Government of Ghana‘s plan bridge the gap between perennial non-performing schools and high-achieving schools. This aim necessitated the introduction of the Ghana Accountability for Learning Outcomes Project (GALOP). GALOP is a results oriented project which will see under achieving schools receive subventions to improve learning outcomes.
The Headteachers and teachers from the selected GALOP schools have been divided into two cohorts. The first cohort from districts like Ejura-Sekyedomoase and Adansi North attended workshops from 14th to 19th December, 2020, at various designated venues.
Reports coming in from those teachers indicate that, each teacher was given two hundred Ghana cedis (Ghc 200). However, GhC 100 of the amount was used as feeding while the remaining was released to them at end of the workshop.
Teachers have started questioning why these “meagre” amounts as the funds involved in the entire GALOP project is over 218m US Dollars.
Employees of the Ghana Education Service have always had issues with the Government of Ghana when it feeding and allowances at workshops.
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