Goya Refutes Level of Operation Allegations

| November 28, 2014 | 0 Comments

The Assistant Minister of Education and Skills Developemeent, Mr Moiseraele Goya has told parliament that it is not true that as a result of the implementation of levels of operation in the teaching service profession, school heads are paid more than their supervisors.

He said school heads were graded D2 and D1 at primary and secondary schools respectively, while their supervisors who are chief education officers and directors, who are regional operators are on salary scales D1 and E1 respectively.

MP for Okavango Mr Bagalatia Arone had asked the minister to state whether it was true that as a result of the implementation of levels of operation in the teaching profession, school heads were paid more than their supervisors thus creating an administrative challenge as level of pay had some seniority connotations.

Source : BOPA

Source : Botswana Daily News

Category: Governance

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