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Teachers should serve in difficult areas - Minister

COLOMBO: Education Minister Susil Premajayantha said it is high time teachers change their attitude on serving in difficult areas for the benefit of students.

“When a teacher is transferred to a remote area, he or she only thinks about their fundamental rights forgetting the fundamental rights of students.

Addressing a seminar of the German Technical Cooperation (GTZ) projects conducted with the assistance of the National Educational Research and Evaluation Centre (NEREC) and Faculty of Education, University of Colombo at the Ministry of Education on Tuesday 15, Minister Premajayantha said 42 schools in the Wilgamuwa Education Zone have no English teachers while the neighbouring Kandy Educational Zone is overstaffed.

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