Two year extension period granted to T-TEL
The Ministry of Education and DFID have agreed a two-year extension for the programme – from 1st January 2019 until the 31st December 2020 – to ensure continued support to all national education institutions with the implementation of the B.Ed degree and broader teacher education reforms.
T-TEL is now a six-year Government of Ghana programme, supported by funding from UK aid, totaling 25 million pounds (approximately 150 million cedis). The extension of the programme is a testimony of the success that the programme has achieved in facilitating change within Ghana’s teacher education sector.
T-TEL will be supporting the Ministry of Education, five public Universities and other agencies to put the new B.Ed curriculum into action. It will also continue to support all 46 Colleges of Education, national institutions and agencies responsible for teacher education to sustain the current teacher education reforms beyond 2020.
See the graphic below to learn more about T-TEL’s focus for the next 2 years.