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Warrap state decentralizes recruitment for teachers

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March 25, 2010 (RENK) — The southern Soudan state of Warrap has said it has already made it a policy to have the recruitment of teachers done at counties and payams levels.

"We consider it the best option because counties and payams have often claimed to know where to access qualified teachers to teach in various schools at different levels," said Wilson Agau from directorate of general education in the state government.

He further added the decentralization of recruitment of teachers will help bring job opportunities to those with teaching profession found within the locality,

The official made these remarks in a meeting with local human resource officers, state education officers and counties education board secretaries who are expected to carry out a joint the recruitment exercise across the area after elections in Kuajok, state capital of Warrap on Thursday.

The state ministry of Education is targeting large number teachers for recruitment and deployment to all the states and counties down to payams. It is also looking at ways of automating the education system to improve its record-keeping.

The SPLM official nominee of gubernatorial post, Mrs. Nyadeng Malek Deliech, during launching of her official campaign manifesto, in the state capital of Kuajok, expressed strong desire to reform system of education by upgrading grades of teachers who over stayed on one position without promotion.

She also said will increase teacher salaries to help them not to switch their teaching profession due to payment related concerns.

(ST)

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  • 26 March 2010 08:07, by santos

    Hahaa,it makes me laugh when i hear recruitment of teachers,i want to figure out that the advertisement will go blank if increament is not made to alter grade 14 of teachers.i think grade 14 is the problem that has made the decline of education system in warrab.

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    • 27 March 2010 14:32, by Thonkiir

      All what you have say are always propagandas of corruption. You not even distinguish the different between Centralized Systems vs Decentralized Systems to know which one of this system exist and one that not, this where can make it clear there is a new system introduce new system and make those who are in needs attractive.

      In that way is all cheating for the new faces to get in and gain something too, because everybody have his or her own corruption formula that why all ten States have no permanent constitution.

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  • 20 April 2012 11:42, by peter Marial

    What an uninformed statement!...............Please ,"avoid telling promises which will later not be implemented."How long have you been talking of upgrading teachers grades yet nothing seem to get through,go ahead saving public money which will not be buried with you when you corrupt guys die.

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