A release from the immediate past president of TTAG, Augestine Appiah, sighted by Honestynewgh.com reveals that the leadership of TTAG, on 28th September, 2021 has met the Registrar for National Teaching Council, Dr. Christian Addai Poku to discuss issues surrounding the Portfolio Assessment of Newly Qualifled Teachers (NQTS) who are currently doing their National Service.
According to the release, the leadership of TTAG presented to him concerns which
have been raised by majority of the NQTs about this whole new development and the need therefore to suspend the whole process.
Upon acknowledging the receipt of their complaints presented before him, the Registrar has informed the leadership that he would consult his Council and re-engaged the leadership for a way forward. Until then, the assessors will not be visiting the various schools of service at the scheduled date (4th October) for any kind of portfolio assessment.
“I wish to assure all NQTs to remain calm as we wait for the outcome of this meeting wnich would be communicated very soon, hopefully by the end of the week. The necessary actions would be taken after the outcome of the meeting is made known. We will never rest in ensuring that the voice and the ordeals of the NQTs are heard and well attended to. Let us all stay united as we make headway to ensuring we are treated in a fair and just manner,” the release added.
The leadership had also scheduled to have another engagement with the Human Resource and Management Development Director ( GES) on 7th October 2021 to get an update on the postings.
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