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    Chikomba secondary school teachers train on PLAP




    MIRIAM MANGWAYA   
    CHIVHU BUREAU

    CHIKOMBA
    - Secondary school teachers are attending workshops on Performance Lag Address Programme (PLAP), a strategy that ensures closing of the learning gaps that hinder performance of pupils.
    More than 200 teachers have already been trained. The training is still in progress.
    Chikomba District Education Officer (DEO) Ngoni Mujuru said the main aim of PLAP is to approach the performance of every child at individual level. He said this will in turn improve the pass rate in the district by ensuring that the problem of every child is addressed.
    "Every teacher must attend the workshop, so that every child in the district benefits from PLAP. From the training that we have so far conducted, we have noted that the teachers have appreciated the teaching strategy.  I hope it will be fully implemented for the benefit of the pupils and the district as a whole," said Mujuru.
    He however said the teachers noted that a lot of thinking and work plan is required for one to effectively implement the PLAP teaching practice.
    All primary school teachers have already attended the PLAP workshop that was sponsored by the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF).
    The Secondary school workshop is funded by the parents.education news

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