inspection of schools
Mrs. Idongesit Etiebet with others

AS EDUCATION MONITORING CONTINUES IN EKET AND ONNA LGAs

…Akwa Ibom State Government sanctions permanent teachers, Corp Members and N Power Staff numbering 205 in public schools

inspection of schools
Mrs. Idongesit Etiebet with others

Office of the Governor, Education Monitoring led by the SSA on Education Monitoring, Mrs. Idongesit Etiebet, today, November 27, 2019, visited public schools in Eket and Onna LGAs to access the attitude of teachers towards work and sanctioned 205 teachers.

The team was accompanied by the Commissioner for Education, represented by Barr. Theresa Attih and the Akwa Ibom State Chairman of National Parents, Teachers Association of Nigeria (NAPTAN), Elder Ime O. Ataideh.

At GOVERNMENT SECONDARY SCHOOL, AFAHA EKET, morning devotion was on at 7:45am.

The school has a staff strength of 41 permanent teachers, 18 N-power staff and 60 corp members, bringing the total number of teachers to 119.

Out of 119 teachers, only 13 attended the Assembly and coordinated the activities of students.

Out of 41 permanent teachers, 27 reported to school early, 2 reported late while 12 were absent from school.

Out of 18 N power staff, only one reported to school.

Out of 60 Corp members, only 7 reported to school.

At Government Secondary School, Afaha Eket, a total of 79 teachers (Permanent teachers, Corp members, N power staff) are to be sanctioned within the next 24 hours for either lateness or being completely absent from school.

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At GIRLS HIGH SCHOOL, IKOT IBIOK, the team was impressed about the serene and calm school environment, as classes were on.

The school has a staff strength of 36 permanent teachers, 56 Corp members and 22 N-power Staff.

Out of 36 permanent teachers, 30 were present in school. Twenty teachers reported to school early, while 10 reported late. 6 were absent from school.

On Corp Members, 14 out of 56 were present in school. 42 Corp members were absent. 16 were absent from school.

On N Power Staff, 6 out of 22 reported to school.

At Girls High School, Ikot Ibiok, a total of 81 teachers (Permanent teachers , Corp members, N power staff) are to be sanctioned within 24 hours for either lateness or being absent from school.
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At COMMERCIAL DEVELOPMENT AGENCY (CDA)

The school has a total number of 33 permanent teachers, 22 N power staff and 24 Corp members.

Out of 33 permanent teachers, 24 reported to school early while 3 reported late. 3 teachers were absent on permission while 3 were absent without permission.

Out of 22 N power staff, 3 reported to school early and 7 reported late. 12 N power staff were absent from school.

Out of 24 Corp members, 1 reported to school early and 1 reported late. 22 Corp members were absent from school.

At Commercial Development Agency Iko Eket, a total of 48 teachers (permanent teachers, N power staff and Corp members) are to be sanctioned within 24 hours for either lateness or being completely absent from school.
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At COMMUNITY SECONDARY COMMERCIAL SCHOOL, Ikot Akpan Eshiet, Onna LGA

The school has a staff strength of 24 permanent teachers, 7 N power staff, 14 Corp members.

As judged with the time books, out of 7 N power staff, 4 were present in school and 3 were absent.

Out of 24 permanent teachers, 15 were present in school.
However, the Principal, Mr. Udoeyen Akpan Sunday was asked by the monitoring team to query himself for not closing the time book at 8.00am, a development which makes teachers sign earlier than they arrived.

Out of 14 Corp members, only one was present in school.

A total of 27 teachers (permanent teachers, Corp members, N power staff) are to be queried within 24 hours for either reporting to school late or being completely absent from school.
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At QUA IBOE GROUP SCHOOL, AWA IMAN, Onna LGA

The school has a staff strength of 12 (11 permanent teachers and 1 N power staff.).

11 teachers were present in school, except one, who was absent on permission.

Members of the Education monitoring team were impressed that teachers manned all classes to engage the students.

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