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Fresh Update on upgrading of teachers & responsibility allowance. 14,997 staff have been upgraded as of 31st July, the rest would be added in the month of August 2021- Prof Opoku Amankwah assures. A must read by all teachers

The Director General in a meeting with stakeholders in Tamale has assured teachers that plans are far advanced for government to settle teachers intervention
allowances. He encouraged heads and staff not to be demotivated by the delay in the release of these allowances as they will be paid duly.


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“These allowances are genuine promises
by government as part of efforts in motivating staff in ensuring sustained academic pursuits in the government flagship educational policy of FSHS”, the Director General assured.

Prof Opoku-Amankwa also took the opportunity to respond to some of the pressing issues of staff of the GES including
upgrading and responsibility allowance.

According to Prof,  a total of 14,997 staff have been upgraded as of 31st July this year.
He also said 41,066 staff of GES staffs  currently receive responsibility


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He indicated that the list of staff who have been upgraded as well as those receiving responsibility allowance have been sent out to the Regional Directors and have been
asked to display them. He therefore urged staff of GES who qualify for either upgrading or responsibility allowance to check
their respective regions and subsequently alert his/her office of any challenges thereof.

He continued to explain that management froze upgrades for sometime now as many of these staff went for further studies in various programmes without obtaining the necessary approvals from the Service.


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“Be rest assured that all these staff involved have been cleared to be upgraded to the appropriate ranks in the Service. These
works began last month and the rest would be added in the month of August 2021″, Prof Opoku-Amankwa emphasized.



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