VOLUNTEER TEACHERS SHOULDERING THE LOAD – SELFLESSLY.


The schools in Goilala that has VOLUNTEER TEACHERS assisting the REGISTERED TEACHERS are:

  1. Sopu Primary School – Has one Registered Teacher [1] and 3 Volunteer teachers, taking care of 300 students.
  2. Yongai Primary School – Has 2 Registered Teachers [2] and 5 Volunteer Teachers, taking care of 300 students.
  3. Kumunga Primary School – Has 3 Registered Teachers, 4 Volunteers Teachers and taking care of 200+ students
  4. Kafano Primary School – Has 1 Registered Teacher, 4 Volunteer teachers, taking care of 300 students.
  5. Maini Primary School – Has 3 Registered Teachers and 4 Volunteer Teachers taking care of 280+ students.
  6. Kosipe Primary School – Has 2 Registered teachers, 1 volunteer Teacher taking care of 150+ students.
  7. Tanipai  Primary School – Has 1 Registered teacher with 1 Volunteer Teachers taking care of 150+ students.
  8. Ononge Primary School – Has 2 Registered Teachers and 4 Volunteer teachers taking care of 300 students.
  9. Kone Primary School – Has 3 Registered teachers, wth 1 volunteer Teacher taking care of 150+ students.
  10. Koiava Primary School – Has 2 Registered teachers [Joe Pota] and has 1 volunteer teacher taking care of 150 students.

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Talking to Ononge Head teacher, he said Kambisea is not operating. Only Kulama and Visi. Kulama has 4 volunteer teachers, as well as Visi with 4.

Guari LLG has only 2 schools operating [Jude Taiari Ameua Siperi] in Guarimeipa and Ataipo Primary schools. Not much information is available for these schools. Rupila and Omu Primary schools are closed.

Kerau & Tavuniav primary schools are also operating. But I was not able to get to the respective teachers for information. Kileipi is closed. Lolope is closed. Duffey is closed.
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This is the reality on the ground in Goilala. Yet we have GoPNG under PNC beating their chest yelling praises for the FREE Education.

What is the stand of the Provincial Education board in regards to this? Is it legal or illegal to have volunteer teachers teaching students? Can the Education department be sued by parents of students been taught by volunteer teachers?

How about compensating the volunteer teachers? Or can we send these volunteer teachers for more studies? And what happens to those Teachers college graduate but lazy incompetent registered Teachers?

Reality bites hard but is it the student’s fault? Is it also the parent’s fault that the registered teachers aren’t adequate to cater for large student numbers?

~SOMEONE IS NOT DOING THEIR JOB SOMEHWERE~ WHO IS THAT SOMEONE?

 

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