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Headteachers ordered to interdict defiler teachers

By Vision Reporter

Added 13th April 2002 03:00 AM

HEADTEACHERS have been given powers over teachers who defile students. Drunken teachers also risk losing their jobs as the ministry of education will not allow them to be transferred to other schools.

HEADTEACHERS have been given powers over teachers who defile students. Drunken teachers also risk losing their jobs as the ministry of education will not allow them to be transferred to other schools.

By John Eremu HEADTEACHERS have been given powers over teachers who defile students. Drunken teachers also risk losing their jobs as the ministry of education will not allow them to be transferred to other schools. Dr. Jane Mulemwa, the deputy chairperson of the Education Service Commission said headteachers were the immediate supervisors of teachers. He said they do not need permission from the ministry or the commission to act on defiler teachers. Mulemwa was on Wednesday addressing headteachers on the commission’s roles at the closing of the senior five selection exercise at Kyambogo University. “when a teacher defiles, there is no talking but action. Interdict them immediately and then inform the police and the ministry,” Mulemwa said. Tororo woman MP Dorothy Hyuha called on the teachers associations to discipline errant members like the law council does to lawyers and the medical council to doctors.

Headteachers ordered to interdict defiler teachers

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