MANY teachers posted to rural schools in Southern Highlands do not take up their posts, resulting in three to four teachers taking charge of classes as big as 60 students.
Daniel Mapun, a teacher at Muluma Primary School in the Bosave LLG, Nipa-Kutubu district, said a few teachers were teaching nearly 1,000 students from Grades 3-8.
Adding to the problem of work pressure, store goods sold in the area cost three times the price at Mendi supermarkets.
Nipa-Kutubu MP Jeffery Komal said an investigation would be held.
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