SCHOOLS in East Sepik have delayed classes for a week because teacher appointments are yet to be finalised.
Hundreds of primary and secondary school teachers affected could not resume duties last week because they had not received their postings.
Provincial education adviser Joseph Auli could not be reached for a comment yesterday. But according to information he released on the local radio station on Sunday night classes would begin next Monday.
Auli apologised for the hiccup in the appointments and subsequent delay of classes by one week.
But he expressed confidence in teachers who should cover up for lessons missed when classes resume.
He said teacher postings were now in order and were being put up on the notice boards. The National
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