Desist From Unprofessional Acts In 2016

Teachers in the country have been advised to desist from all forms of unprofessional acts which had brought bad name to the noble profession in the years past.

This was contained in the New Year message issued by the executives of the Konongo Mampong Diocesan Association of Catholic Teachers (ACT) and jointly signed by Mr. Godfred Adu Yaboah and Mr. Williams Boakye-Baafi, Diocesan Assistant Secretary and Diocesan Coordinate of the Association respectively.

The message explained that the time had come for teachers in the country to exhibit high professionalism in the year 2016 to redeem the falling image of the teaching profession.

The association indicated that teachers could achieve that if they reduce high rate of absenteeism, lateness and other unprofessional acts among themselves.

The association acknowledged that teaching and learning process in the country went through a lot of challenges like shortage of chalks, teachers’ lesson Note Books, pupil’s terminal report cards and delay of releasing of Capitation grant for basic schools as well as government subventions for senior high schools.

‘We ask members to forget and forgive our fellow members some of the unprecedented things that happen to us teachers in the year 2015’, the association stressed.

‘It is our prayer that the favour of the Lord will lead us, protect our going out and coming in and may the Almighty God give us the strength to teach for the sake of Christ this year’, the message noted.

The message entreated teachers in the country to let the welfare of their students be their priority since through that God may save them (teachers) from all difficulties this year.

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