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The teacher Licensure examination was introduced in 2018, and more than 120,000 graduates had sat for this examination. And out of these numbers of graduates who had sat for the examination, 1000s of them failed. Licensure Examination for Teachers (LET) is a test of the overall knowledge and proficiency of prospective teachers to provide a reliable structure, which the practice of prospective teachers can be measured and proven, and it gives access to continuing growth and development.
According to the registrar of National Teaching Council (NTC), Dr. Christian Addai Poku, approximately 26,000 teachers from teacher training institutions have failed the Ghana teacher Licensure examination since it started in 2018. He added that, 82,000 were successful and 12,000 with awaiting results. Please share, like and comment on this article.
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