NAGRAT Raises Red Flag Over Mass Failure

NAGRAT Raises Red Flag Over Mass Failure

The National Association of Graduate Teachers, NAGRAT has urged the Government of Ghana to abolish Ghana Teacher Licensure Examination.
This comes after over 8,000 teachers failed the GTLE conducted by the National Teaching Council(NTC).

Speaking to TV3 Media Network, the President of NAGRAT, Angel Carbonu says that the NTC exam could just be a ploy to reduce the number of teachers employed in the Public service.
He furthered that, they agreed that a teacher should be licensed but they disagree that a teacher should write a licensure exam.

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“When lawyers come out of the law school, do they write any exam to become lawyers? they don’t. Are we saying that lawyers are not good in Ghana, they are? So for me and the union, we disagree with the NTC exam as a criterion for employing teachers”.

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