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Teachers frustrated over NTC portfolio Assessment

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The management of the National Teaching Council NTC has officially organized a portfolio Assessment for Newly trained teachers who are to enter into the teaching profession, yesterday the 18th of September 2021.

This orientation was organized online through zoom meetings to accommodate over 1,500 newly trained teachers on the said topic portfolio Assessment.

meanwhile, management of the NTC failed to notice that zoom can only accommodate only 100 participants. Now the remaining Students who are more than 1000 are left frustrated and don’t even know what to do.

Last year similar issue happened where management of the National Teaching Council came out with a notice that they have trained National and Regional portfolio Assessment Officers who go round to trained newly trained teachers on portfolio Assessment but till date, a lot of the Newly trained teachers are in the system the don’t even know what the portfolio Assessment is talking about.

NTC ought to get serious about some of their activities, it seems they are only serious about money-making activities like the licensing of Teachers to the detriment of other major activities that could benefit the Teachers.

Read the full statement below.

“Dear newly trained teachers, as you were earlier informed about an online orientation about the Portfolio Assessment, let us follow the information below for a successful meeting.

NATIONAL TEACHING COUNCIL is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.

Topic: Portfolio Assessment for NQTs
Time: Sep 18, 2021, 05:00 PM Africa/Accra

Join Zoom Meeting
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/81701825282?pwd=MWJ5V0pjRVIvZDB4aWY1bnJtUm9Rdz09

Meeting ID: 817 0182 5282
Passcode: 660837

Let us humbly share it with our colleagues. In advance, I wish all of us a fruitful orientation God willing tomorrow. Thank you.

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Issued by: Joshua Owusu Yeboah ( TTAG National Coordinator)”

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