The Ghana Education Service (GES) has indicated that henceforth all teacher trainee graduates will sit for a licensing exams.
According to the GES, all teacher trainee graduates will require a lincense to be recognized as a professional teacher.
The Public Relations Officer of the Ghana Education Service, Rev. Jonathan Bettey, in an interview with Starr FM Tuesday, said the reform is part of the sector’s professional development and it applies to both trainee teachers graduating from public and private teacher training colleges.
He disclosed that the exams will take place in September, adding that anyone who fails will does not qualify to be a professional teacher.
“Teachers who fail the exams will not be allowed to teach at a certain level. To be seen as a professional, you will have to pass the licensing exams,” Rev. Bettey, noted.