PRIMARY Schools around the country have been given seven days to submit their financial report to the Ministry of Education.
"Those school heads that do not adhere to the instruction will lose their opportunity of receiving school grants," said the permanent secretary for Education, Dr Brij Lal.
"Schools that have not sent in their financial report to the Ministry of Education are now given exactly one week to do so," Dr Lal said.
He said one of the duties of all registered primary schools in the country was to send in an audited financial report of the previous year by the end of February the following year to the ministry.
Dr Lal said some school managements had not submitted their audited financial report for 2011 and head teachers would have "to face the music" as non-submission meant insubordination.
"The Ministry of Education will not tolerate laxity in attitude and as civil servants, head teachers must act with efficiency," he said.
Education district officers were reminded to follow with school managements that had not submitted their reports to the ministry.
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