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Jonglei: 98 teachers finish training in Twic East

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June 3, 2013 (BOR) - A three-week teachers training program, which brought together 55 primary teachers from Twic East and 23 from Duk county have completed a training programme in conducted at Twic East headquarters, Panyagoor.

Teachers graduating after in-service training in Malek secondary school in Bor (ST)

Speaking to Sudan Tribune after the closing ceremony on Tuesday, the commissioner of Twic East, Dau Akoi said 98 teachers had completed the course.

“This in-service training is very important for every worker, not only teachers. During these three weeks, the teachers were taught how to make their schemes, lesson plans and other related things to assist them in teaching”, explained Akoi.

The training was supported logistically by the Education Development Centre.

According to Dau, lack of good teaching standards was having an effect on the performance of pupils so the county authority was working with the education ministry is making sure that teachers are given the necessary skills and knowledge.

However, he described the selection of teachers to attend the training as random, admitting that there were no clear guiding principles for selecting the trainees.

In some schools across Jonglei, primary school leavers are immediately becoming primary schools teachers, while in some areas those with higher qualifications refused to go to teach, due to the low salary, harsh conditions and insecurity.

In Nyirol, the highest level of education available is primary five, where people finished and go back to teach others according to the recent reports from the county commissioner, Wany Juet Jock, who has promised to improve education in his county.

South Sudan has some of the worst levels of literacy in the world as a result of decades of civil war and neglect.

(ST)

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  • 4 June 2013 16:48, by master

    training of what
    Hahaa
    it is better to teach them how to scape, hide, flee and so on
    2015 approaching very fast

    repondre message

    • 4 June 2013 18:48, by Son of Upper Nile

      Slave, Envy & your evil heart will not help you, I will not tell you to learn how to run out of Khartoum fast before SRF reach it, because I don’t wish evil for Sudanese like you, instead I would like you to think of how to reach a compromise with your strong rebels peacefully before they run out of patient. For our blessed land we will continue to develop slowly but surely because that is GOD Wil

      repondre message

      • 4 June 2013 20:44, by master

        Son of upper. Nile
        this not my wishes.it is reality

        repondre message

        • 5 June 2013 10:06, by Agutmajak

          Evil Master,
          you will not see 2015! pliz take care of your life in RSS.

          repondre message

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