The Government has directed district council to allocate teachers to schools located in rural areas to address the shortage.
The directive was issued by deputy minister in the President’s office responsible for Regional governments and local administrations, Mr Seleman Jafo, when he was responding to a question in Parliament during Tuesday’s session.
Mr Jafo said right now educators are designated at schools situated in urban territories.
"Hence, I arrange locale instruction officers to furnish town schools with educators from town schools inside prompt impact to address the imbalance and expanding lack of instructors in the rustic schools, which is seen to adversely affect training conveyance in those regions," he stated,
Reacting an extra inquiry from Special Seats MP, Ms Salma Kikwete, who needed to know why Kimambi Primary School in Liwale District, Lindi Region had just three educators.
Mr Jaffo reacted by requesting the area training officer in the locale to give the teachers inside this week.
"Utilizing this civil argument which is live communicated, the locale training officer in the district guaranteed Kimambi elementary school is given educators to address the present showing challenges confronting the school," he said.