National Teachers Council Announces Date for 2023 Licensure Examination; New Reforms to Be Implemented! -Check Out Details

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National Teachers Council Announces Date for 2023 Licensure Examination; New Reforms to Be Implemented! -Check Out Details

The National Teachers Council (NTC) has today announced the date for the 2023 licensure examination. This comes as a result of the reforms that have been put in place to ensure that our teachers are adequately equipped to provide quality education to our students.

The NTC has been working hard on the implementation of these reforms and is now ready to take the next step.

The licensure examination, also known as the Ghana Teacher’s Licensure Examination (GTLE), is a mandatory examination that all teachers must take in order to be certified to teach in Ghana. It is an important part of the process to ensure that only the best qualified teachers are teaching our students. In order to ensure that the GTLE is as effective as possible, the NTC has developed a number of reforms.

The reforms that have been implemented include the introduction of Subject-Based Testing (SBT) and Computer-Based Testing (CBT). This has been designed to ensure that students are tested on the exact material that they should be familiar with in order to be successful in their teaching career. Additionally, the NTC has developed content areas and a table of specifications for 65 different subjects in order to ensure that the test is as comprehensive as possible.

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The NTC has now officially announced that the GTLE will be written in April 2023. This will mainly be taken by candidates who have been trained under the National Teacher Education Curriculum Framework (NTECF). The results of this licensure examination will be an important indicator of how far we have progressed in the implementation of the reforms so far.

It is therefore important that all teachers, both those who are currently teaching and those who are preparing to become teachers, take the time to prepare for the GTLE. This is the only way that we can ensure that our teachers are qualified to teach and provide our students with the best possible education. We look forward to seeing the results of the 2023 licensure examination and how it will help to shape the future of education in Ghana.

Source: Daily News Agenda

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