44,000 Teachers Quit Teaching In 2021-New Report

By | December 4, 2022
44,000 Teachers Quit Teaching In 2021-New Report

44,000 Teachers Quit Teaching In 2021-New Report

The Chief Executive Officer of the Africa Education Watch has raised an alarm about the huge number of teachers who quit teaching last year.

According to new research conducted by Africa Education Watch, 44,000 basic school teachers quit teaching in 2021 alone.


Provisional data available from the EMIS indicates that about 44,000 (over 15%) teachers left basic schools in 2021 with no replacement. While the ongoing efforts to recruit about 16,000 teachers are commendable, it does not even address the deficit halfway.

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Africa Education Watch is urging the Ministry Of Education to engage more teachers to address the deficits and ensure the posting of ALL teachers being recruited to deprived districts where they are needed, devoid of any protocol considerations.

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