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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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It is a blessing to be given the opportunity to influence young peoples lives and what they become in future, and I see it as a privilege and an honour for me as a teacher to help a young person or group of young people harness their potential and use it to better their lives and that of others.

Today, the UK and T-TEL celebrate World Teacher’s Day under the theme: “Young Teachers: The Future of the Profession”. We applaud the pivotal role Ghanaian teachers play in improving children’s learning, promoting gender and social equality and supporting Ghana’s development and prosperity.

The annual International Council on Education for Teaching (ICET) conference took place last month. It is all hands on deck in achieving sustainable development goals in education for all learners locally and globally.

The GH₵ 4.6 million Transition Support Fund is an investment which the Ministry of Education is making, with the assistance of UK aid (through T-TEL), to upgrade the qualifications of teaching and non-teaching staff across all 46 public Colleges of Education.

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