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Ministry of Education signs MoU with T-TEL

The Ministry of Education (MoE) and the Transforming Teaching, Education Learning (T-TEL) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding setting out their commitment to collaborate and enhance quality education across Ghana. The signing took place at the Ministry of Education on Wednesday, April 22, 2021 in Accra. 

The agreement was signed by the Chief Director, Mr Benjamin K. Gyasi, on behalf of the Ministry of Education and Ms Noshie Iddisah, Operations Director, T-TEL. The agreement aligns with Government’s effort to transform Ghana’s education. Under the MoU, MoE and T-TEL will continue to collaborate and work towards its commitments of enhancing quality education across all levels of the system. It would also strengthen and reaffirm the working relationship of both parties in improving access and learning outcomes across the country.  

Mr Gyasi, speaking on behalf of the Ministry, remarked that, “T-TEL has a pool of highly qualified and skilled technical advisers, educationists and public policy practitioners available to work together with the Government through the MoE to enable the country to achieve its education objectives”. He iterated that MoE would provide goodwill and collaboration to support T-TEL’s effort to become a leading and proudly Ghanaian supplier of educational technical assistance to improve learning outcomes. 

Ms. Iddisah, expressed her delight that MoE has once again formalised its working relation with T-TEL. She said, “T-TEL is committed to working closely with the MoE and its agencies to build a strong and efficient education system that deliver quality outcomes and results”. 

T-TEL would also support the Ministry and its supporting agencies as required and requested to ensure the successful implementation of Ghana’s education reforms and priorities. 

In attendance at the signing of the agreement was Mr. Akwasi Addae-Boahene, Policy Advisor at the National Education Reform Secretariat, Ministry of Education, and Mr Ernest Wesley-Otoo, Leadership for Learning CoordinatorT-TEL.