What is T-TEL?

Getting well-educated, motivated teachers into Ghana’s schools is critical to improving learning outcomes and the country’s growth and development.

Harnessing the energy and expertise of stakeholders across the teacher education sector, T-TEL supports innovation, inclusion, best practice and results to ensure high-quality teachers are ready to teach, inspire and educate Ghana's young people to lead the country's progress and prosperity.

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Transforming Teacher Education and Learning (T-TEL) Ghana has been announced as the winner of Mott MacDonald’s Global Sustainability Award 2020.


T-TEL, a 6-year £34 million Government of Ghana project funded by UK Aid and implemented by Cambridge Education in collaboration with the Ministry of Education and its agencies, has supported the National Council for Tertiary Education (NCTE), 5 universities and 46 public Colleges of Education to successfully introduce the new Bachelor of Education (B.Ed.) degree in Initial Teacher Education for all new entrants to the teacher education system.

Twenty-seven public Colleges of Education (CoE) in Ghana will benefit from e-learning made possible through the Mastercard Foundation and UK aid supporting the roll-out of connectivity solutions and the extension of Wi-Fi services to boost virtual teaching and learning.


The past few years have seen momentous and positive changes within Ghana’s teacher education system as we have embarked upon the most ambitious and comprehensive set of reforms to initial teacher education in our nation’s history.


#TeacherReforms In Action

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