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“PROMOTED TEACHERS SHOULD BE IN RURAL AREAS” — EDUCATIONIST

Malawi’s Education Activist, Benedicto Kondowe, has urged government to prioritize the placement of recently promoted teachers in Community Day Secondary Schools and remote rural areas.

According to Kondowe, the move would safeguard the educational rights of students in resource-constrained learning institutions, addressing the longstanding pleas of these communities.

The call for action comes in the wake of an announcement by Chikondano Mussa, the Secretary for Education in the Ministry of Education, revealing that a number of teachers, ranging from 2,600 to 5,000, have been promoted in the 2023/24 Financial Year.

Mussa further indicated that the names of newly recruited secondary school teachers will be released within the next three weeks.

These developments were disclosed during the handover ceremony of 66 Secondary Schools in Salima.

The schools are part of the $90 Million Secondary School Expansion for Development project, implemented in collaboration with the United States Aid and the Malawi Government.

Reported by Romeo Umali

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