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She’s a Distraction: Parents want teacher sacked because her sexy shape ‘distracts’ students

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What ordinarily should be a positive talking point for a school teacher is at the moment haunting her, as parents are unanimous in their cries that the art teacher be sacked because of her voluptuous curves, which according to the parents have been sources of distractions to the young students.

The curvaceous art teacher in a New Jersey school is receiving heat from parents at the preschool where she teaches, as they call for her dismissal over claims that she is a distraction to the pupils.

According to a group of parents pushing to have her removed from the school system, the teacher’s prominent curves may distract the children and prevent them from paying attention in class.

But some parents have risen in defence, insisting that rather than having her fired, she should just wear clothes that hide her curves.

The art teacher, identified as “toyboxdollz” on Instagram, is quite popular on the platform where she regularly shares photos of herself in class or engaging in other fun activities outside school.

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Reacting in an Instagram live session, the teacher revealed that while a group of parents are calling for her to be sacked, some of the mothers at the school she teaches at are supporting and defending her honour.

According to her, it’s mind-boggling that her figure is a bone of contention.

Meanwhile, under both New Jersey and federal labor law, it would be illegal for a school to fire a teacher based on their physical appearance.

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ASUU Strike: Again, court adjourns FG’s case

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The National Industrial Court has again adjourned the suit filed by the Federal Government, challenging the ongoing strike by the university lecturers to September 19.

Recall that the court had summoned the FG and the Academic Staff Union of Universities, ASUU, to appear before it on Monday in Abuja over the seven-month-old strike.

But at the first hearing, Justice Polycap Hamman adjourned the matter till Friday, September 16 (today), to enable both parties to file the necessary papers for the suit.

However, at the resumed sitting on Friday, the court announced that the case is further adjourned till next week Monday.

The counsel to the FG, James Igwe, earlier asked the court to give the suit an accelerated hearing due to the urgency of the matter to enable the students to return to school.

Igwe told the court that since the matter was already in court, it would be proper for the strike to be called off, pending the determination of the suit.

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ASUU: FG announces 23.5% salary increment for lecturers, 35% for professors

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The Minister of Education, Adamu Adamu, on Tuesday said the government could only afford 23.5 percent salary increase for lecturers, while a 35% increment will be enjoyed by professors.

The minister also noted that President Buhari warned against signing agreements which the government will not be able to meet.

Adamu disclosed this while speaking during the meeting with vice-chancellors and other stakeholders in the university system.

He said,”The Federal Government can only afford a 23.5% salary increase for all category of the workforce in Federal Universities, except for the professorial cadre which will enjoy a 35% upward review.

“Henceforth, allowances that pertain to ad-hoc duties of the academic and non-academic staff shall be paid as at when due by the Governing Councils of Universities to which such services are rendered and to the staff who perform
them.

“That a sum of 150 billion Naira shall be provided for in the 2023 Budget as
funds for the revitalization of Federal Universities, to be disbursed to the
Institutions in the First Quarter of the year, and that a sum of 50 billion Naira shall be provided for in the 2023 Budget for the payment of outstanding areas of earned academic allowances, to be paid
in the First Quarter of the year”.

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Speaking at the end of the meeting, the pro-chancellor of the National Open University of Nigeria, Professor Peter Okebukola, noted that the government was ready to go all out to ensure that the university lecturers return back to school.

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Lagos directs schools to resume Monday

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Lagos State Government has directed all schools to begin the 2022/2023 academic year on September 5, 2022.

A statement issued by the Director-General, Office of Education Quality Assurance of the state, Abiola Seriki-Ayeni, on Saturday, stated this.

The statement noted that this was as approved by the Commissioner for Education in the state, Mrs. Folasade Adefisayo.

The statement partly read, “All schools below tertiary level in Lagos State are mandated to resume for First Term on Monday September 5, 2022 as stated in the 2022/2023 Harmonised Academic Calendar as approved by the Honourable Commissioner for Education Mrs. Folasade Adefisayo.

“The academic calendar prioritises standardised learning days and schools are to ensure strict compliance for the delivery of quality and sustainable education in Lagos State.

“Students and school-based staff are welcome back to school and are expected to adhere to health and safety protocols toward a productive school year.”

The statement added that the academic calendar could be downloaded from the Lagos Education Quality Assurance website.

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