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The NTC and the Institute of Education with support from T-TEL will hold a National Stakeholder Forum to articulate a vision and identify the key themes and issues that will drive the review of the DBE curriculum.
The National Council for Tertiary Education (NTCE) with support from Transforming Teacher Education and Learning (T-TEL) hosted a one-day Learning Summit for key education leaders across Ghana to discuss how to use evidence for impact in teacher education reform in Ghana.
The forum brought together Education Stakeholders from across the education sector for their input and endorsement of the draft Curriculum Framework. The key focus of the Curriculum Framework is to promote innovation, inclusion and best practice in improving the quality of teacher preparation in Ghana in line with the National Teaching Standards.
HRH Princess Anne, daughter of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, as part of her 2-day visit in Ghana, has met with two volunteers from VSO International supporting T-TEL to improve professional development of tutors in Ghana’s Colleges of Education. The visit is aimed at celebrating the unique friendship between the UK and Ghana as the latter marks its 60th Anniversary.
At a meeting to present the draft Teacher Education framework to the Minister of Education on Wednesday March 15, 2017 at the West Wing of the Parliament house in Accra, Hon. Dr. Mathew Opoku-Prempeh, the sector minister expressed his satisfaction with the progress of work on the Draft Teacher Education Curriculum framework.
The Ghana Education Service (GES), with support from T-TEL has organised a series of two-day workshops on the Draft National Teacher Education Curriculum Framework. The workshops took place from the 15th – 16th, 22nd - 23rd of February, and 28th February – 2nd March 2017 in Accra, Kumasi and Cape Coast respectively.
As part of a series of broad-based stakeholder consultations on the draft teacher education curriculum framework, a forum has been held with Parliament of Ghana’s select committee on education to introduce the framework to them while seeking their views and endorsement of the document.