The National Schools Inspectorate Authority (NaSIA), formerly the National Inspectorate Board (NIB), is conducting a Teacher Absenteeism study.
The study according to NaSIA , stems from a survey conducted by UNICEF in 80 schools across the country on the causes of Teacher Absenteeism.
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NaSIA indicated, that its study specifically focuses on teachers’ attendance at official duties on behalf of the school, one of the three causes of Teacher Absenteeism identified by UNICEF.
”The study aims at exploring the types of official duties teachers attend during school hours and whether there are measures in place to ensure a teacher’s absence is not greatly felt by learners.” NaSIA said.
At the end of the study, NaSIA seeks to provide data, based on which the Ministry and the Ghana Education Service can formulate and implement interventions to minimize the rate of Teacher Absenteeism.
This NaSIA believes, will translate into an increase in Ghana’s human capital index.
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