Seven High-Performing Teacher Training Colleges Of Education In Ghana

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Below are the seven High performing Colleges of Education in Ghana, according to Ghana’s first Teacher Education News.

  1. Enchi College of Education with 83.3 percent.

Enchi College of Education is a teacher education college in Enchi, Western North Region, Ghana. It is one of 46 public colleges of education in Ghana. The college participated in the DFID-funded T-TEL program. Mr. Philip Ntaah has been the Principal since May 2019.

2) Foso College of Education with 75.0 percent

Foso College of Education is a co-educational teacher education college in Foso. The college is located in the Central / Western zone. It is one of 46 public colleges of education in Ghana and participated in the DFID-funded T-TEL program. The principal is Dr. Anthony Baabereyir

3) St. Teresa’s College of Education with 75.0 percent

St. Teresa’s College of Education is a teacher education college in Hohoe. The college is located in the Volta Zone zone. It is one of the about 40 public colleges of education in Ghana. The college participated in the DFID-funded T-TEL program.

4) Tamale College of Education with 75.0%.

Tamale College of Education is a teaching education college in Tamale. The college is located in the Northern Zone zone. It is one of the 46 public colleges of education in Ghana. The college participated in the DFID-funded T-TEL program.

5) Methodist College of Education, Akim Oda with 70.8%

Methodist College of Education is a teacher training institute in Ghana located in Akim Oda of the Eastern Region.

6) SDA College of Education, Asokore with 70.8%

SDA College of Education, Asokore is a teacher training college in Koforidua, Ghana. The college is about 84 km from the capital Accra, Ghana, and has an area of 35.9 hectares. The SDA College of Education is affiliated with the University of Education, Winneba.

7) St. Joseph College of Education, Bechem with 70.8%

 St. Joseph’s College of Education is a teacher education college in Bechem (Tano North DistrictBrong-Ahafo RegionGhana).[1] The college is located in Ashanti / Brong Ahafo zone. It is one of the about 40 public colleges of education in Ghana.[2] The college participated in the DFID-funded T-TEL programme.[3] It was established in 1948 by Rev. Fr. Joseph Moulders. It is the first training college in the Brong-Ahafo Region and attained accreditation status in 2007.It is affiliated to the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology

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