Education authorities in East New Britain say, the Teachers Service Commission Act needs to be reviewed, to cater for the increase in the teaching force of the country.
Provincial Education Advisor Pius Gawi, says the number of teachers has increased to about 48-thousand.
He told a recent weeklong provincial workshop, that the review should focus on making the functions of the Commission more responsible and effective.
Gawi says, parts of the Act is not applicable today, including the Non Institutions Positions, which provinces cannot access to pay salaries of teachers on studies.
He raised concerns on the disciplinary process, which he says, is too long and often lost in the pipeline, suggesting that Regional Offices could be used in the process.
The provincial advisor also called for a review of the Staff Appointment process.
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