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It appears the In-Service Teachers across the length and breadth of the country have kicked against the payment of 200 cedis fee for the acquisition of the Teacher Professional License, Broadcast Ghana reporting…

This is due, because teachers who were in service before the introduction of the licensure exam, are to pay GHC200 to secure the license.

Speaking to the media, the three Teacher Unions asked their members not to pay for the license until they agree on a reasonable amount with the National Teaching Council.

In more detail, Phillipa Larsen, the National President of the Ghana National Association of Teachers (GNAT) who speaks for the teacher unions insisted that:

“There have been series of meetings where we have started discussions on how much these in-service teachers have to pay for the registration and renewal. These teachers were appointed before 2018 and came through the licensure examinations. So these are issues we have to sit down with the NTC to come out with a figure.”

“At our last meeting, we realized that our inputs were not captured in the document. So we are protesting strongly until we discuss the issue and come to a conclusion on how much in-service teachers should pay. No teacher will pay a pesewa until all the teacher unions come to together to negotiate.”

However, the National Teaching Council (NTC) says it is opened to further deliberations on a possible review of the fees.

The Executive Secretary of NTC, Christian Addae Poku noted that the negotiations will be held to make the teaching profession a better one.

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