MEMBERS of Parliament have been warned not to establish new schools without following due processes.
Education Minister Nick Kuman gave the warning over the weekend in Minj, Jiwaka, during the opening of the provincial education office.
He noticed that many schools were rundown due to lack of facilities and infrastructure.
Kuman said some MPs established schools then neglected them.
“As a result, many school are closed and students sent home,” he said.
Kuman said processes must be followed to register schools from elementary to universities.
He said politicians should make submissions to the provincial executive council and then to the Department of Education if they wanted to set up a new school.
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