Training college churns out 336 more teachers

Chief Education Officer Olato Sam saluted all teachers and educators for their tireless contributions to the education sector and was particularly pleased that 336 more graduates would soon be joining the system, after graduating from the Cyril Potter College of Education’s (CPCE) on Thursday.

Sam said enrolment at the CPCE is increasing and the graduates must reflect the quality of investments being made in their training to complement investments being made in upgrading schools in order to advance the education system. He encouraged the graduates “not to be complacent and let others denigrate your chosen profession, stand up, especially to those who don’t have any idea or understand the sacrifices that you go through to make a difference.” Sam also reminded those  …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.

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