A submission will be presented to the Government concerning the most pressing issues affecting teachers in the country.
This was announced by the Papua New Guinea Teachers Association or PNGTA hierarchy today
PNGTA National General Secretary Ugwalubu Mowana, National President Tommy Hecko and Vice President Kila Avei attended the press conference.
PNGTA also assured its members that the Association is well and alive and is right behind them on issues concerning teachers welfare.
PNGTA executives convened this afternoon for the first time to announce that they are keeping a close tag on what has transpired on issues affecting teachers.
This comes after teachers in Southern Region met with the Parliamentary Committee on Education last week and called for the abolishment of the Teaching Service Commission (TSC) and the PNGTA.
PNGTA National General Secretary Ugwalubu Mowana said the Union will ensure all enquires conducted by the Committee is implemented to solve some of these pressing issues.Insert.
The submission will assist the Committee to establish a transparent and accountable delivery of teachers entitlements and other critical issues.
The submission will be lodge to the committee tomorrow 4th of April.
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