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16 Jan 2018

Delta State May Soon Be Short Of Teachers (See Why)

No fewer than 152 secondary school teachers are set to retire from the Delta State Unified Teaching Service this month, Chairman, Post Primary
Education Board, Patrick Akporuno has said.

To mitigate the manpower loss , Akporuno said the
PPEB has mandated principals and vice-principals in public secondary schools to teach a specific
number of periods weekly.
His words, “For the avoidance of doubt, vice
principals are to teach nine periods per week,
while principals are to teach six periods per week”.

Akporuno said the number of period’s school heads teach may be increased because of the
number of people exiting.

Akporuno said the affected teachers would be exiting service upon their attainment of 60 years of
age.

According to him, the 152 teachers were among the more than 2000 teachers that were employed
in 1983, adding that the remaining teachers in the
1983 recruitment batch would all retire from
service in September 2018.

He disclosed that 66 non- teaching staff of the
board would also be retiring between January and
March 2018,upon their attainment of 60 years of
age.

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