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GES Releases Postings Of The 2017 – 19 Year Batch

The Ghana Education Service has released the postings of 2020/2021 Newly Trained Teacher Trainees. The Management of the Ghana Education Service (GES) announced it has released the much-awaited appointment letters in a statement dated December 3, 2020. How to check GES appointment letter The Service, however, indicated that letters can be accessed on its promotions… Read More »


LOCATION, ADDRESS AND TELEPHONE NUMBERS FOR ALL COLLEGES OF EDUCATION IN GHANA. This will enable students to have direct communication with management of all the College of Educations in Ghana whish will enable student to have access to first hand information. We believe you will find this article useful. 1. Abetifi Presbyterian College of Education… Read More »

College of Education Graduates Licensure Certificate Disbursement

The National Teaching Council NTC gives full details of when College of Education graduates will be given their full licensure certificate which will enable them to practice as professional teachers in Ghana. According to the National Teaching Council registrar in an interaction monitored by Tertiary Ghana on October 20th, the NTC has begun the distribution… Read More »

MoE Introduces Sandwich Course For Teachers

THE MINISTRY OF EDUCATION HAS INTRODUCED A ONE YEAR SANDWICH COURSE FOR DIPLOMATE TEACHERS TO UPGRADE To improve the quality of teaching in schools across the country, the Ministry of Education through Ghana Education Service (GES) has collaborated with the University of Cape Coast to run a three-semester programme to Upgrade all Diploma holding teachers… Read More »

Teachers To Receive GHc1,200 Yearly Professional Development Allowances

The government is introducing a Professional Teacher Allowance (PTA) of GH¢1,200 per year for professional teachers and GH¢600 per year for non-professional teachers to deepen their commitment and spur professional growth, the Minister of Education, Dr. Matthew Opoku Prempeh, has announced. He said the move would enable teachers to invest in improving and upgrading their… Read More »