What is T-TEL?

Getting well-educated, motivated teachers into Ghana’s schools is critical for its continued growth and development.

Harnessing the energy and expertise of stakeholders across the teacher education sector, T-TEL incentivises innovation, inclusion, best practice and results ensuring Ghana has high quality student teachers ready to teach and inspire and educate its young people to lead the country’s progress and prosperity.

Latest News and Discussion

T-TEL holds Policy Dialogue with NAB

T-TEL has held a Policy Dialogue on Teacher Education Reform for Board members of the National Accreditation Board (NAB) at the Aqua Safari Resort, Ada, from 8th – 10th February, 2018.

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Chief Technical Adviser engages Journalists

T-TEL Chief Technical Adviser, Akwasi Addae-Boahene, has addressed a group of journalists in Accra on the Relevance of T-TEL to Teacher Education and Learning in Ghana as part of a three-day training workshop (held from 8th -10th February, 2018) to build the capacities of journalists to adequately and efficiently report on major reforms being undertaken by the ministry.

 

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T-TEL holds 2018 Staff Planning Meeting

The meeting also sought to help the team understand the implications of a National Strategy on Teacher Education Reforms for all of T-TEL's work streams in 2018 and develop an action plan which is aligned with the Roadmap

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T-TEL Leadership Training Programme organises final batch of workshops

The workshops which were organised in a series of 4 events were targeted at college leaders from 40 public colleges of education across the country with 6 participants from each college.

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T-TEL in action

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