• Plateau State Teachers Council
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    Plateau State Teachers Council

    
PLATEAU STATE TEACHERS SERVICE COMMISSION
    ESTABLISHMENT 
    The Teachers' Service Commission evolved from Teachers' State Board. The Law 
establishing the Plateau State Teachers Service Commission (Law NO.3 of 1980) commenced 1st 
January, 1980. 
    VISION 
    Working towards having a fleet of patriotic, loyal and dedicated professional teachers 
who are committed to the cause of teaching-Iearning tasks that inculcate knowledge, skills and 
good character in learners for a progressive Plateau State and ultimately, a better society. 
    MISSION 
    To produce a crop of teachers who are knowledgeable in Plateau State Service rules, 
who are erudite and skillful in techniques, the result of which shall be a motivated proficient 
teaching workforce and learners rooted in academic excellence. 

    FUNCTIONS/POWERS OF THE COMMISSION 

    • To recruit, register, confirm, promote, transfer and discipline teachers of Government 
Secondary Schools and Government Grant-aided schools. 

    • To enforce the establishment of Boards of Governors in Voluntary Agency Schools and 
Advisory Boards in Government-owned Secondary Schools. 
    • Keep records of Teachers movements into and out of the service by whatever exit 
mode. 
    • Liaise with the Ministry of Education and Education Directorates of quasi-governments 
on matters concerning teachers and their welfare. 
    • To supervise all Government Secondary School and Grant-aided schools. 

    COMMISSIONERS OF THE COMMISSION 

    The Commission consists of a Full-time Chairman and at least two full-time Members one of whom should be a superintendent of schools and not more than 5 part-time members. 
    STRUCTURE OF THE COMMISSION
    1. Chairman Teacher' Service Commission 
Commissioner 1 
    2. Commissioner 11 
    3. Permanent Secretary 
    4. Director of Administration 
    5. Director of Finance & Supplies 

    6. Assistant Chief Admin. Officer 
    7. Staff Officer 

    FUTURE PLANS OF THE COMMISSION (INITIATIVES) 
    • Massive recruitment of Teachers to fill in the gap created by those that retired from 
service. 
    • Training and re-training of Teachers for a better workforce in the teaching 
profession. 

    • Inter-State transfer of Plateau State indigenes from crises prone areas (States). 


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