The Ghana Education Service has just released a notice to the public concerning teacher licensure examination.
In the notice, the Ghana education service wants to bring to the attention of the public that;
"The National Teaching Council wishes to bring to the notice of all the 2020/2021 Newly Qualified Teachers that after extensive engagements with the executives of the Teacher Trainees’ Association of Ghana (TTAG), the Council has decided to suspend the Portfolio Assessment for the 2020/2021 batch of NQTs who are about to complete their national service.
Those with provisional license shall be recommended for recruitment and subsequently undergo portfolio development and assessment upon their recruitment as teachers. It must be emphasised that this suspension affects only 2020/2021 NQTs who are completing their national service in 2021."
The National Teaching council is a body that is responsible to issue license to all qualified teachers in the country as well as organize examinations to newly graduated teachers from various universities and teacher training institutions.
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