TTAG Announces Update Regarding New Teacher Licensure Exam Pass Mark

The National Teaching Council (NTC) has decided to raise the pass mark for the Ghana Teacher Licensure Examination (GTLE), and affiliated universities are now charging practicum fees for level 400 trainees. TTAG is notifying teachers candidates on behalf of the National Secretariat of the Association to let them know about these two significant issues.

Licensure Exams

TTAG have addressed the situation right away in light of the change to the GTLE pass mark. The leadership has made a request to the Honorable Minister for Education and other pertinent parties to step in and start a conversation with the NTC about the potential of reconsidering the decision to raise the passing score for the GTLE from 50% to 70%.

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Practicum Fee

The first semester examination, which covered the teaching practicum, project work, and other relevant subjects, was noted to be subject to fees from a number of connected universities. As a result of their interactions with the affiliated universities through the National Conference of Principals of Colleges of First-Semester (NCOF), they have learned the following information about the fees for two of the institutions:

  • University of Ghana – GHC 260.00
  • University for Development Studies – GHC 260.00

To resolve the issues linked to fees, TTAG reassure all teacher candidates that they are actively having proactive conversations with affiliated universities. If a solution is found, updates will be given. They respectfully ask that previous Student Representative Councils (SRCs) make sure that students are treated fairly in light of the adjusted price amounts. Please contact them right away if there are any problems.

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