The Teacher Trainees Association of Ghana (TTAG) has reviewed and promulgated its constitution for the 2022/2023 academic year, the leadership of the Teachers Association said in a social media post sighted by AcademicWeek.com.
“The Teacher Trainees Association of Ghana (TTAG) constitution has been reviewed and promulgated. The new working document takes effect at the beginning of the 2022/2023 academic year,” the TTAG leadership stated in the post.
The Teacher Trainees Association of Ghana (TTAG) constitution was approved on September 2001 at the 6th Annual National Delegates Congress held at the St. John Bosco’s College of Education, Navrongo.
The TTAG constitution was last reviewed and approved at the Mini Congress held at Jasikan College of Education on February 13, 2011, under the Teacher Trainees Association of Ghana constitutional review committee.
“We the students of all public Colleges of Education do hereby enact and promulgate this constitution as the guiding spirit of all the students of the colleges of education in Ghana,” the committee said after the 2011 constitution review.
Chapter two/Article 6 of the constitution states that “every student in a recognized College of Education which is approved by Ghana Education Service or National Council for Tertiary Education and TTAG shall be a member of TTAG.
Chapter three/Article 8 of the Teacher Trainees Association of Ghana (TTAG) 2011/2012 constitution also states that “there shall be an annual national delegates‘ congress which all members/affiliated institutions shall attend.
TTAG is a democratic, non-partisan independent association of teacher Trainees in Ghana. in the early 1990s teacher trainees in public Teacher Training Colleges forged to form the Teacher Trainees‘ Association of Ghana (TTAG).