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2021 MAY GTLE MASS FAILURE: TTAG calls for calm as it rearranges to engage stakeholders

The Teacher Trainees Association of Ghana (TTAG) has urged all trainees and victims to remain calm following the mass failure of students in the just-released May 2021 Ghana Teacher Licensure Examination (GTLE).

The issue was raised after the leadership of TTAG had an engagement with the minister of Education, Dr. Yaw Osei Adutwum. According to the leadership, the mass failure recorded in the released results they believe will have great ramifications on the job prospect of such individuals. The association has therefore called on all victims to remain calm and resolute as the leadership arranges to engage the stakeholders to see the way forward on that.

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The association has however congratulated all persons who sat for the exam and have sailed through victoriously.

BACKGROUND

The National Teaching Council (NTC) on Thursday, 29 July 2021 released the May 2021 results of the Ghana Teacher Licensure Examination (GTLE). Information gathered by our team indicates that more than 50% of the candidates who re-sat for the exams have failed hence the need for the Teacher Trainees Association of Ghana to intervene. However, our sources indicate that the affected candidates will petition the National Teaching Council any moment from now…MORE UPDATES SOON!!

SOURCEeducandghana.net
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