The Federal Government, through the Teachers Registration Council of Nigeria, has included professional standards for teachers as a course of study in the curriculum of the National Council on Education for colleges nationwide.

The TRCN Registrar, Prof Olusegun Ajiboye, who confirmed the development in Abuja, said the course, titled, “The Professional Standards for Nigerian Teachers,” was part of the implementation of the National Teacher Policy and Target Four of the Sustainable Development Goals.

Ajiboye noted that the new course in the NCE curriculum “encapsulates what a professional teacher must know and put into practice as well as the core values, ideals and conduct the professional teacher must exhibit.”

The registrar said, “The Professional Standards course covers four major themes, which include professional knowledge, professional skills, professional values, attitudes and conduct; and the professional membership obligation.

“Since 2010 when the document was first developed and presented to the public, some emerging issues were the basic factors that compelled the review.

“It is in view of this as a national benchmark document that the TRCN selected distinguished experts from the education agencies; critical stakeholders, teacher education institutions and international development partners to carry out the review.”

Also, the Chairman, TRCN Governing Council, Prof Adamu Baikei, said the review would go a long way in enhancing teachers’ quality and standards in the nation’s education system.

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