The introduction of Razak report (1956) and the subsequent education ordinance (1957), saw the emergence of a concerted effort to destroy the monointegration of ‘education’ to particular group and bring out multiple integration of education to social institutions and the nation as a whole.
From the report of the Education Committee , it was decided to have a standard form of teacher training in four different language media to cater for the four different language types of Primary Schools.
The length of training varied according to the academic qualifications as follows :
3 years training , made up of 2 years full time training plus 1 final year of weekend training with part time teaching for students with only the minimum academic qualifications of the LCE/SRP
2 years full time training for students with the School Certificate with a credit in main language.