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Teachers Impact On Students

We want to recognise teachers who have chosen to spend their entire lives in areas where there is no tap water, poor housing, poor medical care, extremely harsh environment and
05 Oct 2014 14:41
Teachers Impact On  Students
Sugar Cane Growers Fund chief executive officer Raj Sharma.

We want to recognise teachers who have chosen to spend their entire lives in areas where there is no tap water, poor housing, poor medical care, extremely harsh environment and scarce resources.
This was the message from the School Management Association of Fiji president, Govind Singh, for the World Teachers’ Day celebrations last Friday.
“Some of the teachers may not be earning as high as those in urban areas or finance sector and other sectors but they will continue to impact on the quality education for all our children through their own innovation and creativity,” Mr Singh said.
He said the country needed to invest in quality teachers and that would continue building the future.
“We are proud of the hard work teachers undertake in and out of the classrooms and schools.”
Mr Singh thanked the teachers for making a difference in the lives of children who are the future of Fiji.
“We want to assure the teachers that your dedication is being recognised, appreciated and acknowledged.”
He said this was an occasion to celebrate the dynamic role teachers were playing to improving quality education at all levels in Fiji and the importance of the theme: ‘Invest in the Future: Invest in Teachers’, could not be over emphasised.
“Teacher’s outputs are limited to the quality of their education, training and support from stakeholders.”
Mr Singh said the teacher training institutions must work in close collaboration with stakeholders to ensure their children had the best teachers in the world.
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