The Ghana Education Service is taking our teachers to the level they have been planning, about making all qualified teachers to acquire license and registration number. Read for the details.
A report by AdomOnline indicates as follow,
"As part of the process, all qualified teacher who were employed before 1 September 2018, are required to log on to the NTC's Teachers Portal Ghana (TPG) via tpg.ntc.gov.gh and register, indicated by a letter from Ghana Education Service to all regulatory bodies in the education sector.
The National Teaching Council (NTC) of the Ghana Education Service (GES) has announced that it will begin issuing teacher license and registration numbers to all qualified teachers in the Ghana Education Service as well as those in the private institutions from May 2021.
The report furtherly indicates that, the letter also noted that " all teachers who were employed after 31 August 2018, are required to pass the Ghana Teacher Licensure Examination to merit the license and registration number. "Thus their provisional license shall be replaced with a full licence during the exercise".
The letter further indicated that, All qualified teachers who fail to avail themselves of this licensing and registration exercise shall loss their rights to practice as teachers in Ghana, in accordance with section 64 (1) of the Education Regulatory Bodies Act, 2020, Act, 1023.
7 May 2021 is the deadline for the registration on the portal.
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