Thursday, December 7, 2017

More than 20,000 teachers who have failed their pupils' test were removed in Nigeria

Related imageAuthorities in the northern Nigerian province of Kaduna say that more than 20,000 primary school teachers will be deleted after they have failed the test to be done by their students.
This follows the claim that many of the primary and secondary schools in Nigeria produce unqualified students.


Kaduna el-Rufai state governor said that qualified teachers will be employed to take care of the victims.
It is unclear when this action will be taken.
A senior official in the Kaduna province told the BBC that more tests would be made on the coming days for secondary school teachers.
Researchers say that the number is a sign of poor educational levels in Nigeria where it is alleged that teachers are employed on a political basis.
SOURCE:BBC
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