Lagos sanctions 9 school teachers

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No fewer than nine teaching staff of public
secondary schools in Lagos State have been
sanctioned with various punishments ranging
from demotion, transfer, deferment of
promotion and stern warning for contravening
approved promotion criteria for public
secondary schools and mutilation of students
report cards.
They include four principals, three vice
principals and two class teachers.
According to officials of the State Ministry of
Education, the decision to punish the teachers,
which was meant to serve as a deterrent to
others was taken after an emergency Personnel
Board Meeting of the Education District III,
Falomo.
The affected teachers are Mrs. A. A. Ogunsina, a
grade level 17 Officer and the Principal of
Dolphin Junior High School, Lagos Island; Mr.
O. F. Talabi, the Vice Principal (Academics) of
Dolphin Junior High School; Mrs. R. O. Adebara,
Vice Principal (Academic) and the Acting
Principal of Girls Senior Academy, Lagos Island;
Mr. Joshua A…

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