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Fundraising activities should exclude teachers: Conference

ALISI VUCAGO
Thursday, September 14, 2017

Update: 4:01PM FIJI'S Ministry of Education has urged secondary school principals not to be involved in fundraising activities.

Speaking at the 120th Fiji Principal's Association Conference held in Suva today, director secondary Emosi Lutunaika reminded principals of their roles in schools.

"Teachers should not be involved in fundraising activities," Mr Lutunaika said.

"We want teachers to focus their attention on preparing the students in the classroom."

Mr Lutunaika said fundraising activities should be left as initiatives by the parents of the school.

The two-day conference themed 'Transforming leaders for a Greener Fiji' ended today at Studio 6.








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