Guest  | Sign Up | Login | New Thread | Sections | 0c | What's Up? | Games! | Downloads | Shop | Chat | Tools
  Check current conversion rates for Dollar/Naira


Unqualified teachers would definitly mislead our children,so parents should know d type of schools they take their children to.


That's true. Most public schools employ random people they find on the street or teachers that accept low salaries since the qualified professional ones request high wages. Parents should put their children in good schools no matter the cost, it will pay off in future.
Unqualified teacher mislead student
they quaify enough
the effect of unqualified teachers on children is a that they succeed in leading this children astray.this also affect the parent and the nation as a whole.lyk they say 'this are the leaders of tommorrow'.
Jennifer, u & d writer is correct but d parents shld also follow up thier children to know if they are in gud hand.
It is a bad, sending our children to school thinking  they are leaning, when they  graduate ask them to write a leter for you,that is when you will no that teacher impact nothing to them,and it's hard to impact something you don't no to another person.
£%@
Yes, some are
I b live in my nigeria teachers ar quailifed outside d country or inside dey believe their self dey ar professionals
I b live in my nigeria teachers ar quailifed outside d country or inside dey believe their self dey ar professionals
I b live in my nigeria teachers ar quailifed outside d country or inside dey believe their self dey ar professionals
Yes,bt our govt hv major role to play.
All de school management should take note about it , besides de schools in Nigeria nowadays is mainly set up for business purposes. So What they are after are the children schoolfees, only God will see all through
311CABCD
Unqualification by our teachers is not a crucifixion but a limitation in teaching profession in producing low professors



Related Topics


Top SectionsSee More
This forum does not have any boards.



Top Posters This Month (500 Credits)
No members were found.
(See More)