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Anambra teachers’ negative attitude to work worrisome – ASUBEB



Dr. Vera Nwadinobi, Chairman of the Anambra Universal Basic Education Board, has set the highest standards for basic education teachers.
Nwadinobi noted that teachers’ work attitudes had deteriorated, particularly in primary schools.
She told them to change their attitude, become more serious, and be more dedicated to their jobs so that students could do their best.
On Friday, Nwadinobi made the call while conducting a monitoring tour of select primary schools in Nsugbe, which is located in the state’s Anambra East Local Government Area.
She also told the teachers that Governor Chukwuma Soludo is a disciplined teacher who is passionate about teaching and high standards.
She asserts that the current administration’s genuine desire and intention is to replicate exceptional high standards in Anambra schools, which teachers must adhere to.
Nwadinobi, to her dismay, discovered that teachers’ inability to arrive at school on time is a major issue. She also observed that the head teachers were not an exception, as only 10 out of 29 teachers in one school were present at the morning assembly until 8 a.m., when she left.
She, on the other hand, reminded them that devoted teachers are required to be present at the school prior to the morning assembly, which begins at 7.30 a.m.
She continued, “From now on, any teacher who plays with his or her job will be subject to disciplinary action. It will no longer be business as usual because basic education is the foundational level and very delicate, which they should always keep in mind.”

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