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May 25, 2012 12:00:00 AM
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Fiji teachers in underperforming schools have been urged to lift their performances.

Minister for Education Filipe Bole said if teachers are not committed to their work then their students will reflect this.

Bole said teachers need to identify means of improving external examinations results and students will follow whatever their teachers do.

He said heads of department should ensure department teachers perform to the expected level and those who fail to perform should be recommended for transfer by their department head.

He said if they have been transferred for underperformance then very few schools will demand their services.

Bole says children are the teachers' responsibility and they are responsible for taking students through the various subjects offered.

By Mereani Gonedua
 


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