LAKKI MARWAT: Teacher Unions demands Appointment of teachers

Category: Education, News

Office bearers of various teacher unions have asked the Elementary and Secondary Education Department to approach the National Commission for Human Development for appointment of local educated youth as feeder teachers in the boys and girls primary schools of the far-flung rural localities of the district to make these schools functional.
Talking to reporters on Saturday, they hailed the decision of the department to initiate disciplinary action against teaching and non-teaching staff of government-run schools not performing duties.
“Absenteeism at schools is a matter of concern as it is detrimental to the future of students,” stated Abdul Rahim Tajazai, general secretary of All Primary Teachers Association, Lakki Marwat chapter.
An office bearer of the All Teachers Association, Shakir Khan, said the teachers’ bodies would support the action by Education department officials against the absenting teachers and Class-IV employees of the state-run schools. He said surprise inspection visits by the officials had improved the attendance of teachers in the schools in remote villages.

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