Ekiti teachers boycott competence test

TEACHERS in public primary and secondary schools in Ekiti State yesterday made good their vow to boycott the competence test put up for them by the state government. Instead, the teachers staged a one-day strike. The test tagged: “Teachers’ Development Needs Assessment (TDNA), according to the government, is meant to test the teachers’ abilities, with a view to discovering how they could be assisted in capacity building wise. But the teachers, under the aegis of the Nigeria Union of Teachers (NUT ...
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Added June 04, 2012
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