Academic staff Union of Secondary School's Teachers ASUSS has pleaded with Ogun state Government to drop it's plan to conduct a Computer based test CBT for senior Teachers in the state public Secondary School's for the purpose of Promotion.
The state chapter of the union in a letter to Governor Dapo Abiodun ask the state government to retain the policy of seniority list it inherited from Amosu's Administration .
ASUSS said the new policy is aligned to civil and public servant in the civil service and could breed enmity unnecessary bad blood and industrial action.
In a letter signed by the state chairman, Akeem Lasisi and secretary Joseph Banjo, ASUSS said the introduction of novelty merit based selection process now, will amount to changing the goalposts in the middle of the game
ASUSS said the introduction of such policy will bring pain and discomfort to senior Teachers on salary grade level 16 and 17 at the twilight's of their career , according to ASUSS the policy might see junior Officer's who are computer literate being placed above their tiring senior Colleagues and thereby creating tensions among teachers in public schools.
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