EDUCATION stakeholders in Chamwino County have been told to prepare properly for the Primary School Leaving Examination (PSLE).

The County Administrative Secretary, Mrs Nima Nyarege, made the announcement last weekend while speaking to Primary and Secondary Education Officers, Heads of Departments, Education Officers and Headmasters of schools on behalf of Chamwino District Commissioner.

Equally, she instructed the head teachers of the primary classes to ensure that the candidates are well prepared so that they can get high marks.

Ms Nyarege made the announcement at the launch of a strategy to strengthen learning and teaching in primary education held in the district last weekend.

“All managers must monitor discipline among students and staff to improve learning and teaching in all institutions. You must also counsel pupils and students to have the courage to face challenges,” Ms Nyarege urged.

In addition, Ms. Nyarege directed that the absent students be identified and brought back to school with the help of village officials.

Ms Nyarege recalled that the county wants all boards to report on the strategy they have in place to control school dropouts.

“We all know that Prime Minister Kassim Majaliwa released the Guidelines on August 4 this year in Tabora region. The guidelines insist that every enrolled pupil should receive primary education,” Ms Nyarege said.

In addition, she urged leaders at all levels to ensure the recognition, evaluation and empowerment of teachers.

However, Chamwino DAS urged parents to respect, recognize and cooperate with teachers.

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