Striking members of the Ghana National Association of Teachers (NAGRAT), who say they have severed ties with the Ghana National Association of Teachers (GNAT), say they will not resume work, despite a court order that NAGRAT should go back to the classroom.
They say they do not form part of NAGRAT and so cannot be affected by the Tuesday's court order.
The group says nothing, but a better condition of service for teachers, would lure them back to the classroom.
The group is made up of frustrated teachers who have laid down their tools to back NAGRAT's demands for better pay for teachers.
They insist that the entire GNAT leadership must resign, alleging that that the GNAT leadership is incompetent and is unable to fight to improve the lot of the Ghanaian teacher.