The Director-General of GES, Dr Eric Nkansah joined teachers of Arch Bishop Potter Girls’ Senior High School in the Western Region during one of their recent Professional Learning Community (PLC) session in the school.
As part of efforts for the Ghana Education Service and the National Teaching Council(NTC) to empower teachers and also to enable them to meet international standards of teaching profession, they have instituted Professional Learning Community (PLC) secondary school teachers in the country were to meet once in a week for the PLC sessions.
The weekly PLC sessions aimed at providinng a platform for teachers across all Senior High Schools (SHSs) and Senior High Technical Schools (SHTSs) to share best practices to improve teaching and learning.
Dr Eric Nkansah commended the school leadership and staff for their full participation in the weekly PLC sessions.
He entreated the teachers to attached importance to the PLC sessions in their schools since it was one of the ways for them to be abreast with the current trends in their profession.
He said that his administration would collaborate with other stakeholders to make the teaching profession full profession and attractive to young ones in the country.
The Director General was accompanied by Mr Stephen Kwaku Owusu, Deputy Director-General Management Service;
Mr Prince Charles Agyeman Duah, the Director in charge of Schools and Instructions; Mr. Robin Todd, the Executive Director of T-TEL; Mrs Felicia Agyeibea Okai, the Regional Director of Education.