The Teacher Trainees’ Association of Ghana says their attention has been drawn to messages and audio recordings circulating on social media platforms which seems to create fear and panic about the whole NTC Portfolio process of the newly trained teachers and that it's members should remain calm. In a statement on TTAG official Facebook page posted on Sunday 3rd October 2021, the Teacher Trainees Association said the portfolio assessment to be conducted by the National Teaching Council (NTC) has currently been suspended pending a new date for the process.
Makafui Matilda Freeman was a former student of Mawuko Girls Senior High School in Ho, Volta Region of Ghana where she won her first pageantry title. She is a newly trained teacher who had her Diploma In Basic Education at Akatsi College of Education and currently doing her national service. Matilda Freeman was a former Queen of Akatsi College of Education in 2017 and proceeded to the Teacher Trainees Association of Ghana where she won the Teacher Trainees Association of Ghana - Volta Queen of the year. She
minister of education Dr Mathew Opoku prempeh in collaboration with TTAG (thus Teacher Trainees Association of Ghana) and its ministry had realized the need to increase teacher trainees allowance across the 46 colleges of education within the country. Ideally, we all understand that it has been documented or put on paper that each trainee is entitled to 400 cedis per month in every successful semester. However, 200 cedis goes to the principals of colleges of education (PRINCOF) account as feeding components
Teacher Trainees in the Public Colleges of Education have not receive their monthly allowances for the whole second semester which calculates to four (4) months arrears amounting to Ghs1600. Per the academic calendar with the Students Loan Trust Fund (SLTF) to the disbursement of the teacher trainees allowances for the second semester is scheduled for payment for the months of May, June, July and August. Trainee teachers have been in high anticipation for their four months arrears of allowance. From the explanations
Minister for Education, Dr. Matthew Opoku Prempeh has commended highly the Teacher Trainees Association (TTA) for being honest and truthful in clarifying issues on their allowance awarded by government. He noted that the commendation on government is 'touching', and that promised on behalf of government to remain committed to their cause in promoting quality learning in the country. "It was touching to note a press release by the Trainee Teachers Association of Ghana (TTAG) dated 17th July 2020, lauding President
The Teacher Trainees Association of Ghana demands for justice for a 15-year-old boy who was shot and wounded by police in Walewale. This sad and terrible news occurred when some Police Officers in the North East Region stormed a nightclub in the town to enforce the ban on public gathering and reopening of drinking spots. The Association has petitioned the Municipal Chief Executive Officer asking for an independent investigation into the incident following similar demand made by a group calling itself ‘Con
By Adam Sahanaa, Tamale The National Treasurer Elect for the Teacher Trainees Association of Ghana (TTAG) Mr Adam Abdul-Fatawu Wunizoya has assured Teacher Trainees across the country that he will be fair, accurate and honest in his line of duty as Treasurer. Mr. Adam Abdul-Fatawu Wunizoya who is also the SRC General Secretary for the Tamale College of Education (TACE) was on Thursday December 17th, 2020 elected as the National Treasurer for the famous Teacher Trainees Association in Ghana (TTAG) The election was