Friday, May 26, 2017

Teachers To Earn Higher Salaries Than Other Workers In Nigeria

The Federal Government Thursday said it is working on plans to ensure that teachers are paid salaries higher than other workers in Nigeria.

The government said increase in the salaries of teachers would help to attract the best to the teaching profession.

Minister of Education, Adamu Adamu, disclosed this at the inauguration of Governing Councils of 21 Federal Colleges of Education.

Adamu, who was represented by Minister of State for Education, Prof. Anthony Anwukah, said the teaching profession had ceased to be “all-comers affairs.”


He warned that teachers in Nigeria across all levels must register with the Teachers’ Registration Council of Nigeria (TRCN) before the end of this year or risk being sent out of classrooms.

Adamu said government has under studied Malaysia and came to realisation that the country got it right by first taking a critical look at teaching and teacher education.

He noted that Malaysia in the quest for greatness had brought down its education sector and reorganised it for effective development of human resource in order to get to where the country is today.

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    1. This is long overdue. Thanks to PMB and his team.

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  2. Thinking of becoming of teacher now

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  3. I will be glad if its really come true

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  4. The welfare of the teachers should be put into consideration.

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  5. Wish without implementation

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  6. Great initiative.

    Nigeria shall be great!!

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  7. Teachers are human mind builders yet they are lowest salary earner why their counterparts earn more .

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  8. They keep on lying, even when drowning in their web of lies. Smh

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  9. This will improve our education sector, And I hope this step sees the light of the day I pray.

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