Education Ministry disappointed in removal of teacher and to meet Nakavika Primary School management this week
Teachers should be protected - Kuruleca

Education Ministry disappointed in removal of teacher and to meet Nakavika Primary School management this week

Teachers should be protected - Kuruleca

By Navitalai Naivalurua
Wednesday 31/01/2024
Permanent Secretary for Education, Selina Kuruleca

The Ministry of Education has shown its disappointment in the removal of a teacher from the Nakavika Primary School compound by the school manager earlier this month.

A Facebook post that was widely shared on social media showed a teacher with her belongings being loaded in a truck.

The Permanent Secretary for Education, Selina Kuruleca, says they are really disappointed by the incident, and they have asked the school management to come down and discuss with them the reason for the removal and also find a solution.

She reminds school committees and managers that teachers are being sent to schools in all the provinces for the education of their children.

Kuruleca says if any disagreement or challenges are being faced by the committee, their door is open or to get in contact with their District Officers.

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