Partners

We work with the Government of Ghana through the Ministry of Education and its agencies, academic institutions and development partners.

Government Partners

  • Ministry of Education

    The Ministry of Education is mandated to provide relevant education to all Ghanaians and has responsibility for all policies on education, including apprenticeships and wider skills acquisition. MOE discharges its responsibility to provide quality education for all through the work of various autonomous bodies and agencies including Ghana Education Service (GES), National Schools Inspectorate Authority (NaSIA), National Teaching Council (NTC), National Council for Curriculum and Assessment (NaCCA) and Ghana Tertiary Education Commission (GTEC). MoE will provide support to T-TEL to ensure that, T-TEL is working in support of and in line with the MOE’s guidance and direction to build a strong and efficient education system that delivers quality outcomes and results.

  • Ghana Tertiary Education Commission (GTEC)

    GTEC is the Government of Ghana agency mandated to oversee and quality assure all tertiary education institutions and programmes. GTEC is the lead agency for all activities related to teacher education and tertiary education. GTEC ensures that virtual learning/blended learning is integrated into Colleges of Education and is working effectively in all affiliated Colleges of Education; as well as the effectiveness of the Colleges of Education Management Information System (CEMIS) in affiliated Colleges of Education.

Universities

  • Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology

    Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) is one of the five public universities designated by GTEC to oversee implementation of the 4-year B.Ed. programme of study in collaboration with their five affiliated Colleges of Education (CoE). The CoEs are Akrokerri College of Education; Wesley College of Education, Kumasi; St. Joseph’s College of Education, Bechem; Tamale College of Education; E.P College of Education, Bimbilla

  • University for Development Studies

    University for Development Studies (UDS) is one of the five public universities designated by GTEC to oversee implementation of the 4-year B.Ed. programme of study in collaboration with their six affiliated Colleges of Education (CoE). The CoEs are Tumu College of Education; McCoy College of Education, Nadowli; Dambai College of Education; Gambaga College of Education; St. Vincent College of Education, Yendi; and Al-Faruq - College of Education, Wenchi.

  • University of Education, Winneba

    University of Education, Winneba (UEW) is one of the five public universities designated by GTEC to oversee implementation of the 4-year B.Ed. programme of study in collaboration with their fifteen affiliated Colleges of Education (CoE). The CoEs are Ada College of Education; Akatsi College of Education; Presbyterian College of Education; Bagabaga College of Education; Bia Lamplighter College of Education; Komenda College of Education; Mampong Technical College of Education; Methodist College of Education; Nusrat Jahan Ahmadiyya (NJA) College of Education; Agogo College of Education; Presbyterian Women’s College of Education; S.D.A. College of Education; St. John Bosco College of Education; St. Louis College of Education; and Wiawso College of Education

  • University of Cape Coast

    University of Cape Coast (UCC) is one of the five public universities designated by GTEC to oversee implementation of the 4-year B.Ed. programme of study in collaboration with their fourteen affiliated Colleges of Education (CoE). The CoEs are Foso College of Education; St.Francis College of Education, Hohoe; OLA College of Education, Cape Coast; Kibi College of Education; Holy Child College of Education, Takoradi; St. Teresa’s College of Education, Hohoe; Jasikan College of Education; Berekum College of Education; St. Monica’s College of Edcation, Mampong-Ash.; Atebubu College of Education-Primary; Offinso College of Education; S.D.A. College of Education, Agona-Ash.; Abetifi Presbyterian College of Education; St. Ambrose College of Education, Dormaa-Akwamu.

  • University of Ghana

    University of Ghana (UoG) is one of the five public universities designated by GTEC to oversee implementation of the 4-year B.Ed. programme of study in collaboration with their six affiliated Colleges of Education (CoE). The CoEs are Accra College of Education; Peki College of Education; Mount Mary College of Education, Somanya; Enchi College of Education; Gambaga College of Education; E.P College of Education, Amedzofe and Gbewaa College of Education.

  • University of Ghana

    University of Ghana (UoG) is one of the five public universities designated by GTEC to oversee implementation of the 4-year B.Ed. programme of study in collaboration with their six affiliated Colleges of Education (CoE). The CoEs are Accra College of Education; Peki College of Education; Mount Mary College of Education, Somanya; Enchi College of Education; Gambaga College of Education; E.P College of Education, Amedzofe and Gbewaa College of Education.

  • Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology

    Kwame Nkrumah University for Development Studies (KNUST) is one of the five public universities designated by GTEC to oversee implementation of the 4-year B.Ed. programme of study in collaboration with their five affiliated Colleges of Education (CoE) The CoEs are Tumu College of Education, McCoy College of Education, Dambai College of Education, Gambaga College of Education, St. Vincent College of Education- Yendi and Al-Faruq –College of Education, Wenchi.

  • University of Education, Winneba

    University of Education, Winneba (UEW) is one of the five public universities designated by GTEC to oversee implementation of the 4-year B.Ed. programme of study in collaboration with their fifteen affiliated Colleges of Education (CoE). The CoEs are St. Louis College of Education, Kumasi; Presby Women’s College of Education, Aburi; S.D.A. College of Education, Koforidua; Agogo Presby College of Education; Methodist College of Education, Oda; Presby College of Education, Akropong-Akwapim; Komenda College of Education; Mampong Tech. College of Education; Ada College of Education; Akatsi College of Education; Bagabaga College of Education; N.J. Ahamadiyya College of Education, Wa; St. John Bosco’s College of Education, Navorongo; Wiawso College of Education.

  • University of Cape Coast

    University of Cape Coast (UCC) is one of the five public universities designated by GTEC to oversee implementation of the 4-year B.Ed. programme of study in collaboration with their fourteen affiliated Colleges of Education (CoE). The CoEs are Foso College of Education; St.Francis College of Education, Hohoe; OLA College of Education, Cape Coast; Kibi College of Education; Holy Child College of Education, Takoradi; St. Teresa’s College of Education, Hohoe; Jasikan College of Education; Berekum College of Education; St. Monica’s College of Edcation, Mampong-Ash.; Atebubu College of Education-Primary; Offinso College of Education; S.D.A. College of Education, Agona-Ash.; Abetifi Presbyterian College of Education; St. Ambrose College of Education, Dormaa-Akwamu.

  • University for Development Studies

    University for Development Studies (UDS) is one of the five public universities designated by GTEC to oversee implementation of the 4-year B.Ed. programme of study in in collaboration with their six affiliated Colleges of Education (CoE). The CoEs are Tumu College of Education, McCoy College of Education, Dambai College of Education, Gambaga College of Education, St. Vincent College of Education- Yendi and Al-Faruq - College of Education, Wenchi.

Funding & Project Partners

  • Mastercard Foundation

    The Mastercard Foundation seeks a world where everyone has the opportunity to learn and prosper. The Foundation’s work is guided by its mission to advance learning and promote financial inclusion for people living in poverty. Mastercard Foundation is supporting the Transforming Senior High School Education, Teaching and Learning (T-SHEL), programme as part of its Young Africa Works in Ghana programme.

  • EdTechHub

    EdTech Hub is a global non-profit research partnership. Its goal is to empower people by giving them the evidence they need to make decisions about technology in education. EdTechHub is providing a aresearch grant for T-TEL's COVID-19 Impact Assessment Study. The COVID-19 Impact Assessment study aims to generate evidence about whether the approaches adopted during the closure of Colleges of Education (CoEs) due to Covid-19 has led to an improvement in teaching by tutors and learning among student teachers.

  • Oxford University

    Oxford University’s Blavatnik School of Government with support from the Foreign, Commonwealth, and Development Office (FCDO), and the Education Commission is working with T-TEL to build evidence on delivery approaches to address pressing gaps in knowledge widened by the COVID-19 pandemic.