Hold on Payment of the Teaching Practicum Fee- TTAG

The Teacher Trainee Association of Ghana President, Hon. Jonathan Dzunu has instructed all level 400 trainees of the 46 public Colleges of Education to halt the payment of the Macro Teaching and the Teaching Practicum fees.

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GTEC petitioned to increase teacher trainees allowance

The Teacher Trainees Association of Ghana (TTAG) has petitioned the management of the Ghana Tertiary Education Commission (GTEC) to increase the teacher trainees allowance amid the high cost of living in the country.

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PRINCOF explains why Teacher Trainees may starts feeding themselves from May 8,2022.

The Conference of Principals of Colleges of Education (PRINCOF) has, for a couple of months
now, been inundated with complaints from suppliers about the inability of Colleges of Education to make payments for food items supplied in spite of the fact that prices of food items have gone up and a request from PRINCOF for an upward review of students’ feeding fees payable to Principals has not been approved yet, PRINCOF has still managed to provide some quality meals, three times a day, for students.

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GTEC explains why there is a reschedule of the reopening date for continuing students of Colleges of Education

RESCHEDULING OF REOPENING DATE FOR CONTINUING STUDENTS OF PUBLIC COLLEGES OF EDUCATION FOR THE 2021/2022 ACADEMIC YEAR

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Total amount to be refunded to trainees on the feeding component

Many teacher trainees have been wondering how much they are going to receive as feeding component. This came after Ghana Tertiary Education Council (GTEC)

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Refund 60% of feeding component to trainees- GTEC orders College principals

You may recall that due to the COVID19 pandemic, some courses in the Colleges of Education for the 2020/2021 academic year were delivered online,

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Reopening date for first and continuing students of Colleges of Education

The reopening date for Colleges of Education, either for first years or the continuing students are finally/officially been released by Ghana Tertiary Education Council approved by the Ghana Education Service

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TTAG works underground as they met MoE, GTEC over unpaid allowances and other related issues

On 29th September, 2021, delegation from the leadership of TTAG engaged stakeholders to get an update on other related issues affecting teacher Trainees.

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TTAG update trainees on the meeting held with the Minister of Education

We bring to you warm greetings from the National Secretariat of our noble Association (TTAG). In pursuant to the plights facing Teacher Trainees in the Colleges of Education fraternity, the leadership in its quest to see to

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GTEC Explains Why Teacher Trainees Received Only 2 Months Allowance

Ghana Tertiary Education Commission (GTEC) has explained why the STLF paid only Two Months of the Trainee’s Allowances.

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