Tuesday, June 5, 2018

An employment offer to primary teachers to be granted in the country

The government has said that, it will employ about 4,755 primary school teachers in public schools in the country during the 2018/19 financial year which starts in July. The deputy minister for local government and regional administration (TAMISEMI) Josephat Kandege said today in the parliament that, the move by the government is aimed at supplying enough teachers in public schools facing acute shortages of staff. The deputy minister was responding to the question which was directed to his ministry early this week in parliament by a special seat legislator Zainabu Vullu (CCM) who wanted to know plans by the government to end the incurring shortages of primary school teachers in some places in the country. The minister further noted that, the government will also employ teachers in public primary schools who use sign languages in order to serve a particular group of people in the society who communicate through sign languages. He also noted that, then government will also employ none teachers who covers groups of staff working in public schools for a particular intended purposes, an exercise which will depend on the availability of money year after year.

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