The Vice President of National Association of Graduate Teachers, Angel Kabornu, has called on the Ghana Education Service (GES) to reconsider its decision to dismiss and interdict some SHS headteachers.
The Ghana Education Service on September 14 sacked two headmasters for charging unapproved fees and extortion at their Senior High Schools.
The headmasters of Pentecost SHS and Assistant headmaster of Daffour Senior High schools were dismissed after investigations were conducted by the GES.
The Director-General of the Ghana Education Service, Prof Kwasi Opoku Amankwaah also disclosed that, GES received 19 complaints but 11 were investigated.
The Teacher Association has since criticized the stance of the government, describing it as harsh, adding the GES failed to follow due processes in punishing persons believed to have violated the rules.
Contributing to a radio discussion, Angel Carbonu appealed to the GES to forgive all the sanctioned heads of schools.
“I appeal to the GES for the Heads of the schools who have been sanctioned to be reinstated” He begged