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Teacher Trainees’ Set to hit the Street as Government Takes Bold Decision?

Teacher Trainees’ Association of Ghana (TTAG) has expressed their dissatisfaction on unpaid trainee allowance for the past seven(7) months, several assurances have been given by the education ministry to pay allowances to the teacher trainees, none has been successful. The Teacher Trainees’ Association of Ghana has called on Government to expedite action for the payment of their monthly stipends, this monthly stipend is what they use for their living expenses in school, student-teachers have become a burden on their families, they keep on demanding money from their families and borrowing from friends with the hope that, they will pay back with their monthly stipends.

  1 month ago ago
Teacher Trainees’ Set to hit the Street as Government Takes Bold Decision?

EDUCATION

Teacher Trainees goes red as they hit the streets in Protest Over Unpaid Allowance

Teacher Trainees Association of Ghana (TTAG) has called on it’s members to put on red hand band and walk on the streets in their various campuses in protest over their unpaid monthly stipend. Teachers trainees begins their demonstration in the school level, the trainees will gather at Accra, after their local level demonstration.

  16 days ago ago
Teacher Trainees goes red as they hit the streets in Protest Over Unpaid Allowance

EDUCATION

2021/22 Colleges of Education Academic Calendar And Fees Released By PRINCOF

The Conference of Principals of College of Education (PRINCOF) after it opened admissions for enrollment into the various public teacher training institutions has released the 2021/2022 Colleges of Education academic calendar. The 2021/2022 teacher training academic calendar, sighted on Teacher Trainees Association Of Ghana (TTAG) on their official Facebook page states that the calendar covers all activities for the first semester only including dates for the writing of semester quizzes and end of the semester examinations.

  2 months ago ago
2021/22 Colleges of Education Academic Calendar And Fees Released By PRINCOF

EDUCATION

Accept Postings To Rural Areas — Education Minister Charges Trained Teachers

Dr. Yaw Osei Adutwum, the Minister for Education has charged Newly Qualified Trained Teachers (NQT) to accept postings to all places, especially in the rural areas where their services are needed. They will be posted upon successfully completing their mandatory national service starting November this year.

  1 month ago ago
Accept Postings To Rural Areas — Education Minister Charges Trained Teachers

EDUCATION

GES to recruit 40,000 graduate teachers in this year.

You have done well for clicking on this article. Please follow Achiamaa-News for the latest news in Ghana and the world at large. Some days ago, Graduate teaches were asking why the recruitment portal for recruiting graduate teachers has not been opened till now. When the Graduate teaches were asking this question, a report came out that, the Teacher Trainees' Association of Ghana (TTAG) is expected to meet the Ghana Education Service on 7th October, 2021 to find out why the portal has not been opened tell now.

  1 month ago ago
GES to recruit 40,000 graduate teachers in this year.

EDUCATION

TTAG Gives An Update On Delayed Teacher Postings

The Teacher Trainees Association of Ghana (TTAG) says it will October 7, 2021, engage the Human Resource and Management Development Director of the Ghana Education Service (GES) on newly trained teachers postings. TTAG in a communique sighted on their official Facebook page said it will after the engagement with the Resource and Management Development Director (GES) update members of the public and trained teachers on the postings.

  1 month ago ago
TTAG Gives An Update On Delayed Teacher Postings

EDUCATION

TTAG: Gives An Update On NTC Portfolio Assessment

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.

  1 month ago ago
TTAG: Gives An Update On NTC Portfolio Assessment

EDUCATION

NTC Postpones Portfolio Assessments For Newly Trained Teachers

The National Teaching Council (NTC) has rescheduled the date to conduct to portfolio assessment for newly trained teachers at their place of service, the Teacher Trainees’ Association of Ghana (TTAG) announced on yesterday (Wednesday 1st September 2021). TTAG in a communique sighted on their official Facebook page, it indicated that the postponement follows complaints from the trained teachers regarding the unfavourable time for the assessment as a result of the vacation of the primary schools.

  2 months ago ago
NTC Postpones Portfolio Assessments For Newly Trained Teachers

EDUCATION

Update On The Portfolio Assessment of Newly Qualified Teachers(NQTs)

Please kindly click on the FOLLOW button to follow me.Like and share this article to friends and family.Kindly bring out their views at the comment section. Dear newly trained teacher, you were once notified that some officers from the National Teaching Council would visit our place of service to conduct a portfolio assessment by the end of August.

  2 months ago ago
Update On The Portfolio Assessment of Newly Qualified Teachers(NQTs)

EDUCATION

Good news for all public teacher training colleges in Ghana

You have done well for clicking on this article. Please follow Achiamaa-News for the latest news in Ghana and the world at large. Teacher Trainees Association of Ghana (TTAG) is one of the organizations in Ghana. TTAG is responsible to promote in a discipline manner and in consultation with stakeholder in Teacher Education and within the permissible laws of Ghana the collective interest and welfare of Teacher Trainees in all Colleges of Education in Ghana.

  5 months ago ago
Good news for all public teacher training colleges in Ghana

POLITICS

Good news for all the newly recruited teachers in Ghana.

Thank you for clicking on this article.Ghana Education Service posted newly trained teachers last years 2021.And up till now, no newly recruited teacher has received a single salary.Even the newly recruited teachers have not received their STAFF ID nor REGISTERED NUMBER.

  8 months ago ago
Good news for all the newly recruited teachers in Ghana.

EDUCATION

PRINCOF & TTAG to meet over Feeding Grant brouhaha

PRINCOF Insist that the feeding component of the Allowance shouldn't be given to he Conference of Principals of Colleges of Education (PRINCOF) is set to meet with the leadership of the Teacher Trainees Association of Ghana (TTAG) to engage them on issues of the feeding grant component of the Teacher Trainee allowance.

  7 months ago ago
PRINCOF & TTAG to meet over Feeding Grant brouhaha

EDUCATION

TTAG organizes a practical oriented seminar for their WOCOMS

On Saturday 28th August, 2021, the National Secretariat of the Teacher Trainees' of Ghana under the auspices of the Women's Commissioner, Munirat Hassan organized a practical oriented women empowerment Seminar at Catholic Pastoral Centre, Koforidua. The seminar was centered on inculcating the spirit of effective and efficient use of teaching and learning Resources, providing practical solutions to educational problems in time of emergency, and securing financial independence and the culture of investment.

  2 months ago ago
TTAG organizes a practical oriented seminar for their WOCOMS

EDUCATION

See What is Happening in the Educational Sector

The Teacher Trainee's Association of Ghana (TTAG) has given the Ghana Education service two working days to ultimatum to either post 2019 Trained Teachers or face Mass protest. According to a release dated November 30th, 2020, the Association made it very clear and loud that it is not clear how people from other institutions other than the colleges of education could be registered since the system was designed to accept only graduates from colleges of Education. It was captured in that release that, "we believe

  1 year ago ago
See What is Happening in the Educational Sector

EDUCATION

Teacher trainees lament over exorbitant academic fees.

Teacher trainees across the country are lamenting what they say is the high cost of bills laden on them by their respective colleges for the 2020/2021 academic year. According to the trainees, the exorbitant fees shockingly does not include the feeding fees which will be taken from their allowance. The Concerned Trainees Association is calling on the Teacher Trainees Association of Ghana not to remain mute on this matter but take drastic measures aiming at resolving the issue at hand. The Conference of Principals

  11 months ago ago
Teacher trainees lament over exorbitant academic fees.

EDUCATION

Good news to newly trained teachers

Newly teachers from the various college's of education are waiting anxiously for the Ghana education Service portal to open so they can tender in their application for recruitment. These Newly trained teachers are almost done with their mandatory national service to the country. They have barely two months to rap up their services.

  1 month ago ago
Good news to newly trained teachers

POLITICS

No One Should Stop Us, We Are Tired Of Disappointments - TTAG Warns

Teacher Trainees Association Of Ghana ( TTAG), has served a very strong notice, to the Minister of Education and Ghana Education Service. The association is threatening to hit the street (protest) tomorrow Thursday 3rd December, if their posting is not done today. On Monday 30th November, the body( TTAG) release a press, where they categorically stated that, if their postings is done by two days time, they will hit the street to protest. The press expressed disappointment in the Ministry of Education and Ghana

  1 year ago ago
No One Should Stop Us, We Are Tired Of Disappointments - TTAG Warns

EDUCATION

TTAG Cordinator Sends A Message to All Teacher Trainees

Our efforts amidst the complexities have not been in vain- Joshua Owusu Yeboah.

  8 months ago ago
TTAG Cordinator Sends A Message to All Teacher Trainees

EDUCATION

Newly trained teachers to hit the streets tomorrow (Dec.3) if postings are not released today -TTAG

Newly trained teachers to hit the streets of Ghana tomorrow (Dec.3) if postings are not released today by TTAG. The Teacher Trainees Association of Ghana (TTAG) in a press statement took a decision to hit the streets if the government refuses to release postings today, December 2, 2020.  This became necessary after a two-day ultimatum given to the Ministry of Education (MOE) and the Ghana Education Service (GES) expires today. According to a press release by TTAG, it expressed much disappointment in the MOE

  1 year ago ago
Newly trained teachers to hit the streets tomorrow (Dec.3) if postings are not released today -TTAG

POLITICS

TTAG National Treasurer Elect Assures Teacher Trainees of Integrity and Honesty in service

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

  11 months ago ago
TTAG National Treasurer Elect Assures Teacher Trainees of Integrity and Honesty in service