Monday, 24 September 2012

Lagos State Teachers Start Strike Today.

Primary and Secondary school teachers in lagos state public schools commences strike today following the government's failure to meet up with their demands.
According to reports, the teachers are asking the state government to implement the 27.5 percent Teachers Salary Structure (TSS) which was an agreement between the Governors' Forum and the National body of the NUT. They  actually plan to stay at home until their demands are met.


1 comment:

BRIGHTINO said...

Quality and affordable education is the best foundation a state or country can provide for it's people and should therefore be given top priority by any sensible administration. If the governor of my state, chief rochas okorocha can implement free education in imo state and also increase the minimum wage in the state from 18,000 to 20,000 naira, i see no reason whatsoever a state like lagos that has more federal allocation and generates more internal revenue than imo state should short-pay it's teachers.