Former President and National Democratic Congress (NDC) flagbearer John Dramani Mahama has pledged to cancel the licensure exams for teachers if he regains office.
He argues that the current certification process is unnecessary, considering that teachers undergo assessments at various stages of their training.
During his “Building Ghana Tour” in Wenchi, Bono Region, Mahama asserted that his administration would do away with the perceived burdensome licensing exams for teacher trainees.
He claims he will reinstate automatic employment for graduates of teacher training programs. The former president also said he would ensure that no qualified graduate would be denied a position.
“We will eliminate the vexing licensure exams for teacher trainees and reinstate automatic employment for teacher trainee graduates. Let me announce absolutely that under the future Mahama administration, no teacher training graduate would be refused a position or employment.”
He expressed dissatisfaction with the current system. Mahama also continued to emphasize the redundancy of licensure exams and the need to cancel them.
If voted in, he firmly stated that he would eliminate them under his future government.
This commitment is part of his broader vision for the educational sector. He claims he is aiming at streamlining processes and enhancing opportunities for teacher trainees.
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