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Monday, 16 October 2017

Teachers Council Says ONLY Licensed Teachers Would Be Allowed Into The Classrooms Henceforth

Teachers Registration Council of Nigeria (TRCN) has said that the federal government wants only teachers that are certified and licensed to be allowed to practice the profession henceforth.





The registrar of the Council, Josiah Ajiboye, said this in Abuja while addressing newsmen at one of the centres of the maiden edition of Teachers’ Professional Qualifying Exams for over 20,000 potential teachers across the 36 States of the Federation and the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) yesterday.


Teaching is the mother of all professions, if we get teaching right we will get it right in all sectors of the economy. No country can rise beyond the quality of its education and no education can rise above the quality of it teachers,” Ajiboye said.


The registrar said the exam would hold twice yearly, precisely in May and October.


From Daily Post

6 comments:

Miss Ess said...

Good to know

Yori Yori Princess Loveme Jeje said...

Lest pray it works well. Goodluck to our teachers

O J said...

Teaching is the mother of all profession with little or no salaries...

Adequate/quantity pay equals quality teachers in Africa..

Cheap article dey run belle o...

Anonymous said...

It's not by licence mbok. We all know that 90% of people that read education in Nigeria did that because that's about the easiest department to gain admission. Education department is more like a dumping ground in Nigeria. People without education background are way better teachers. When I was teaching I won best teacher's award in my school for 3 consecutive years and I am a B.Sc holder. The license thing is just a way for one oga at the top to be enriching himself.

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Kiks said...

I do agree with you to but if that's what the government wants and the person without the education background is really interested in teaching, it won't kill to get the qualification. I was running masters and a PGDE side by side. This is Nigeria my dear. It's so bad now even crèche requires an education qualification. In all, no knowledge is wasted.

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