NTC To Roll Out New Reforms To Improve 2022 Licensure Exams
The management of the National Teaching Council has hinted at plans to roll out new reforms aiming at improving the 2022 Ghana Teacher Licensure Examination Results.
The NTC in a blog post intercepted by skynewsgh.com says that, As we take a giant step into 2022, As a regulatory body, the National Teaching Council will continue to execute its core mandate as captured In the Education Regulatory Bodies Act, 2020 (Act 1023) to regulate the teaching profession In Ghana.
The reforms will include the introduction of subject-based testing which will examine the proficiency of teachers in their areas of specialization andthe introduction of Computer-Based Testing (CBT) as we do away with paper and pen testing currently ongoing.
“We want to see our profession populated with teachers who are imbued with high professional standards and ready to deliver the highest quality education to improve learning outcomes.” Dr. Addai said