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Extreme low morale among teachers is one of the factors that contribute to the poor results produced by most schools in the Country and will certainly continue to affect Ghana’s education sector if the government continue to see teaching profession as useless.

This is according to teachers who want to embark on a sit-down strike due to the lackadaisical attitude of governments towards the welfare of Teachers in Ghana. The Citizen Newspaper has discovered that most teachers in the Country have low morale; hence their pupils produce poor results which eventually affect the psychic of both parents and pupils.

When parents spend money on their children to go to school and become good citizens in future and all of a sudden monies spent could not yield good result, such parents sometimes give up, thus compounding the problems of their wards. The time has come for the government to find mechanisms to motivate teachers, to boost their morale which will in turn culminate in good results those parents long for because it is high time the Country produced good results, as it used to in the past.

The motivation will result in good team spirit among staff; hence good results will be produced.

Teachers should not be scared to make suggestions as to what ought to be done for Ghana to rediscover her lost glory in the education sector because the suggestions of teachers are still vital for the improvement of results of students in the Country.

It is sad to know that government still owes teachers some arrears. While teachers are crying for better salary and better incentives which never came, the government is rather aggravating the plight of teachers by withholding their salaries. How do we then expect teachers to produce good result?

Teaching is one of the most difficult professions in the world, hence teachers in this Country deserve better.
Source: The Citizen Newspaper

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