Ngor Okpala: Understaffed public primary school teachers
By Nwaorgu Faustinus
The Abysmal inadequacy of public primary school teachers in Ngor okpala local government area Should Be a source of concern to all who holds the education of their wards close to the heart. A situation whereby a single teacher is Charged with the Responsibility of handling three classes from Monday to Friday Could Be Best Described as tedious, uninspiring and energy sapping.
Truly, the above situation is what public primary school teachers are going through in Ngor Okpala, Umuodagu Particularly in primary school at NTU. This scenario According to sources who would not want their names in print Mentioned at times make it difficult for some teachers to prepare adequate lesion notes That will take care of the multi-They have classes to teach in the day.
As a result of this, some teachers now bring together the various classes to teacher. But the question on the lips of many is: When will this development come to an end? What is the Imo State government doing to bring this ugly trend to its logical end in order to save the educational future of Primary School Pupils in the public?
I recall quite vividly at the time I attended primary school, each class; say primary one, has hurt the teacher Teaches the class the various subjects is Assigned to hurt him or hurt on her day. With what is currently happening in some public primary schools in the council area, the one teacher one class hurt was the hallmark of teaching in early 80's is now being greatly strength.
The Governor Rochas Okorocha government needs to Expedite urgent action on this. He can start doing this by carrying out massive recruitment of qualified teachers through the Appropriate Body Sees harm to the recruitment of teachers hurt Obvious These will fill in vacancies of shortage of teachers in public primary schools. If this is done, the great Burden and Pain teachers go through in preparing their notes lesion, delivering their lesion in the class room and marking of take-home, work, and physical examination answer scripts will be greatly Reduced.
Furthermore, in the event of recruitment and deployment of teachers to public primary schools not only in Ngor / Okpala or Umuodagu NTU but bottom in all the local government areas hurt makes up Imo State, Concerted Effort Should Be Made or Geared Towards Ensuring That Those posted Monitored in rural areas are to forestall Theme from effecting their posting back to the capital city (Owerri metropolis).
It is only when this is done will hurt the underhand dealing Characterized the effecting of one's posting from rural public primary schools back to urban schools will be nipped in the bud.