Licensure Exams to be abolished below NDC authorities – Dr. Yakubu
The Member of Parliament for Mion Constituency, Dr. Ahmed Alhassan Yakubu says the subsequent NDC administration will abolish the obligatory licensure examination for graduate teachers.
This, he explains, varieties section of quite a number interventions directed toward making instructors sense extra at ease in the execution of their duties.
Speaking at a political events debate on training coverage held at the school of Education on the premises of UDS, Dr. Yakubu stated his birthday celebration will listen on making sure a fantastic instructional gadget in the country.
“As a political party, we do trust that if someone is educated in a trainer education institution, he comes out as a skilled instructor and consequently there is no want to write any other examination to qualify the individual to be a teacher,” he said.
According to him, some of the adjustments in the academic scene below the subsequent NDC authorities will be the make bigger in instructors keeping premiums coupled with the abolishment of the obligatory National Service meted out to teachers.
The former Deputy Minister for Agriculture certain the electorates that when the NDC is given the nod on December 7, it would quickly music promotions and functions with the aid of teachers.
“We will open one-of-a-kind credit score strains to facilitate get entry to to credit for instructors to access.
“There will be the provision of different logistics such as laptops to instructors to facilitate instructing and learning,” he said.
He introduced that the John Mahama-led administration will reinstate the fee of ‘responsibility allowances’ to instructors who provide their offerings in rural environments.
This incentive he says is to inspire the instructors to be capable to regulate to any scenario they may additionally discover themselves in in contrast to their colleagues in the city areas.