A total of 28,910 newly trained teachers across the country will begin the first-ever Teacher Licensure Examination.
The examination will be held in all the colleges of education in the country with the exception of the Christ the Teacher, Akim Oda Methodist, St Ambrose, McCoy, Cambridge, Jackson and Holy Spirit colleges of education.
The examination, which will take three days starting Monday September 10, will begin with Essential Professional Skills from 9am to 11am, while Literacy and Numeracy will be written on Tuesday and Wednesday.
The candidates are those who completed colleges of education this year, and those who read Education in the various universities and colleges and are desirous to be employed by the Ghana Education Service (GES) to teach in public schools.
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