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The days of anarchy in public education may be numbered, Miramar reports. The Ministry of Education of Mozambique wants to stop teachers from abandoning their work posts [classes] at the public sector to go teach lessons in private schools. From now on, teachers will only be allowed to teach in the private sector with an authorisation from the District Department of Education.
The measure is not new but full implementation has been lacking.
Some students applaud the implementation of the measure, and say they sometimes feel disadvantaged.
Teachers, on the other hand, believe that the government should create conditions to retain teachers, but say that the measure will broadly help improve teaching and learning.
As for private schools, they are not to hire teachers without due authorisation from the District Directorates of Education and Human Development.
The Ministry of Education and Human Development says that it has the support of school principals and education inspectors in implementing this decision.Source: Miramar
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