Professor Emeritus of the Ashesi University, Stephen Adei states academics must be ready to forgo 50% of their salaries if they want to proceed keeping at property.
The outbreak of Covid-19 in Ghana has resulted in the closure of educational institutions to control the distribute of the disorder and academics have been at house considering that March.
Talking on Joy News’ Upfront with Winston Amoah, the Educationist said that aside the instructors composing a letter to protest the imminent reopening of educational facilities, they ought to have designed some constructive contributions on how to guard academics and college students and a reduction in their salaries.
In accordance to him, community staff are not entitled to their salaries when they are not working.
“[Being] a community worker does not imply that irrespective of whether you do the job or not you are entitled to your pay back. We ought to have the teachers when we reopen. But I hope some favourable contributions.
“And you just go and notify the govt ‘oh, never open up schools, let us continue to be at home’ and then you say almost nothing about your income or what we need to do and the protocols towards reopening. Almost nothing, very little about your salary, you are heading to remain at house. This is a signal of irresponsibility,” he explained.
Many civil corporations have condemned a letter from GES suggesting that the overall body has released a stakeholder session to deliver President Akufo-Addo with measures to be taken in advance of a attainable reopening of educational institutions.
Among the them is the Countrywide Council of Mum or dad-Instructor Associations who has known as on federal government to postpone talks on the reopening of faculties.
In accordance to them, it is as well early for federal government to be considering about reopening educational institutions at a time where the recorded conditions of Covid-19 are soaring steadily.
Having said that, Prof Adei claims instructors need to be prepared and completely ready to forgo at the very least 50% of their salaries though they sit at house, as their inactivity does not merit a whole income.