NTC Suspends 2020/2021 Newly Qualified Teacher’s Portfolio Assessment


NTC Suspends 2020/2021 Newly Qualified Teacher’s Portfolio Assessment

The Management of the National Teaching Council has officially suspended the 2020/2021 Newly Qualified Teachers (NQTs) Portfolio Assessment.
This decision came after the executives of the Teacher Trainees’ Association of Ghana (TTAG), had an extensive engagement with NTC on the need to call off the Portfolio Assessment.
Those with provisional licenses shall be recommended for recruitment and subsequently undergo portfolio development and assessment upon their recruitment as teachers.

According to the Public Relations Unit of the NTC, this suspension affects only 2020/2021 NQTs who are completing their national service in 2021.

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Not too long ago the National Teaching Council has directed 2020/2021 Newly Trained Teachers to embark on portfolio development to evaluate their performance before they join the teaching fraternity.
Newly Trained Teachers have threatened to embark on nationwide demonstration if the Portfolio Assessment is not suspended because the Portfolio Assessment is difficult more than all the courses they did in college.

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