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Teachers must take ownership and stand up to defend their Licensure Examination – Hon. George Mireku Duker

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Highlighting the international standards of the licenses issued by the NTC, Hon. Duker encouraged teachers to proudly support and defend the examination across all platforms.
Highlighting the international standards of the licenses issued by the NTC, Hon. Duker encouraged teachers to proudly support and defend the examination across all platforms.

The Member of Parliament for Tarkwa Nsuaem Constituency and the Deputy Minister for Lands and Natural Resources, Honorable George Mireku Duker, has emphasized the importance of teachers in the country taking ownership of and defending the Licensure Examination organized by the National Teaching Council.

During his address as the Special Guest of Honour at the 3rd Sam-Creedy-Komeh-Ababio Memorial Lecture at Komenda College of Education on March 8th, 2024, themed “Komenda College: The Forever Resilient And Forever Shining Nation Builder,” Hon. Duker stressed the necessity for teachers to undergo a rigorous examination akin to other professions, to secure license to operate as professionals.

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Highlighting the international standards upheld by the NTC in issuing the licenses, Hon. Duker underscored the added advantage this provides to teachers, enabling them to operate at a global level.

He called upon educators across the nation to unreservedly support and defend the examination process on all fronts.

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Furthermore, Hon. George Mireku Duker urged the management and tutors of Komenda College of Education to thoroughly prepare their students for the examination, emphasizing that failing to pass would prohibit them from practising as teachers.

He also urged the tutors to integrate modern technologies in their instructional deliveries to align with the demands of the 4th Industrial Revolution.

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Touching on the transformative impact of the free Senior High School (SHS) policy, Hon. Duker acknowledged a few challenges faced and expressed the need for continued support for its implementation, citing the substantial benefits it had yielded for the country.

Noting ongoing efforts to address any issues, he advocated for the sustained advancement of the policy to further enhance educational access and attainment in Ghana.

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