The National Association of Graduate Teachers (NAGRAT) has ask its members to take the National Teaching Council (NTC) registration and issuance of the teacher licenses.

A statement sighted by and signed by the president of the association, Eric Agbe-Carbonu revealed that the National Teaching Council is mandated to professionalize teaching in accordance with the Education Regulatory Bodies’ Act, 2020 (Act 1023), Section 60 by registering and licensing al teachers in the country,
it is in respect of the above that the National Teaching Council launched the exercise and issued qualified teachers present, their biometric ID cards.

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Following the launch, the exercise will start with the teachers in the Greater Accra Region on Monday, the 17h of May, 2021. The entire nationwide exercise is expected to be completed within 18 months.

It’s expected that the Council will begin registration and issuance of temporary licenses to non-qualified teachers across the country. The said licenses will be valid for one (1) year but renewable for another year only in accordance of Section 73,Act 1023.

Mr. Carbonu however disclosed that it is their expectation and recommendation that all teachers take the exercise seriously and do well to log on to the NTC website to provide the data required to ensure the success of the exercise.

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