Cross River State Universal Basic Education Board has downgraded eleven grade teachers in Biase Local Government Area of the State to security staff.
An aggregate of eleven grade teachers in Biase Local Government Area of Cross River State, were on Tuesday downgraded to security staff, by the state Universal Basic Education Board (SUBEB), for inability to show the essential capability to fill in as class instructors before the board.
As indicated by The Leadership, the downgrade which was declared by the board’s director, Dr. Steven Odey, was spin-off of the continuous educators confirmation and advancement practice in the state by SUBEB.
While tending to the influenced educators, Odey said; “You should not be being in the showing calling without the essential capability; you can’t give what you don’t have.
“In the event that you need to wind up distinctly an instructor, make the best decision by going to class to peruse and fit the bill for the employment. Your administrations will consequently be required in the zone of handling instability difficulties being confronted by the school.”
The SUBEB manager charged other qualified educators in the school to experience their duties through the boost of all assets available to them, to enhance the standard of training in the nation.
Responding to a question on the issue of sporadic installment of compensation to grade teachers in the state, Odey said; “SUBEB has not assumed control installment of pay rates yet, the Ministry of Local Government is still in charge of that. When we in the long run assume control installment of your pay rates, you won’t have any cause to gripe.”