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A group under the banner, network of teacher training institutes (NTTI), over the weekend elected its new corps of officers to steer the affairs of the institution for the next three years.

NTTI is an umbrella organization of all private teacher training institutions in Liberia; established in January 2015, under the supervision of the Bureau of Teacher Education at the Ministry of Education.

Those Inducted Include: Rev. Joe Cheyetee Jarwleh President, Joseph Z. Quoi Vice President, Andrew S. Fayiah Secretary, Peter Q. Kolor Financial Secretary, and Joshua Doelakeh Chaplain.

Making remarks at the ceremony; the president elect, Joe Cheyetee Jarwleh lauded his colleagues for the confidence reposed in him. According to him; his election as president of the network is a plus for education program in Liberia.

Jarwleh noted that he looked forward to collaborating with stakeholders of the educational sector both local and international in order to improve the professional standard of teachers as well as to better the messy condition the system is face with.

He maintained that when teachers are trained and qualified, students will achieve and education will be high. Also speaking, Joseph Quoi, the Vice President of the group has called for cooperation among colleagues of the network thus putting the interest of the organization first.

He stated that teachers are implementers of National Curriculum and need to be well trained in order to make the education system effective. The objective of the network of teacher training institutes is to build the capacities of teacher training institutions in Liberia to ensure effective service delivery; advocate for better teacher education program aimed at imparting quality education into students; to work in partnership and collaboration with MOH, and the international community to create conductive learning environment for Liberian children and to as well support the work of private teacher training institutions in Liberia.

Member institutions of the network include: TAP teacher training college; Liberia education action for development (LEAD), Chastain Foundation Liberia (CFL); Standard Teacher Training Institute (STTI); Christian Revival Church Association (CRCA) and We Care Foundation among others.

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