The Ghana Teacher Licensure Examination is something which has come to stay. The licensure exams seeks to give license to teachers who have the requisite skills to teach. If you pass this exams, you are given your license and you then become a professional teacher who can boast of himself or herself.
The National Teaching Council who happens to be the organisers of this exams released a communique which stated that the Teacher Licensure Examination will be taken on 23rd to 24th September, 2021.
Earlier today, National Teaching Council has released a new communique which states that the old date has been changed. It has been postponed to 23rd and 24th October, 2021.
Check out the communique below;
The Registrar, Christian Addal-Poku (PhD) revealed in the letter that Principal for various centres are expected to officially apply for police escort in the conduct of the exams in order to ensure law and order during the examination period.
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