Chief Technical Adviser engages Journalists

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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 of Education.

The workshop was organised by the  Ministry of Education and three of its agencies, Ghana Education Service, Teacher Education Division and the Council for Technical and Vocational Education and Training (COTVET) and brought together selected journalists drawn from the ten regions of  Ghana. 

Mr.Addae-Boahene's presentation gave journalists a background to T-TEL and teacher education reforms, the elements of a recently approved cabinet memorandum on initial teacher education, the implementation plan for the roll out of the memo and the way forward for the reforms. He called on journalists to take special interest in the Pre-Tertiary Professional Teacher Development and Management (PTPDM) Policy since that is the basis of the reforms currently taking place in teacher education. 

Journalists asked questions and got responses for issues and concerns raised.

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