Meeting teachers' needs: How one school does it

Staff of Anderson Serangoon Junior College doing gardening in the school compound, an activity that was started this year as part of staff bonding. PHOTO: ANDERSON SERANGOON JUNIOR COLLEGE
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SINGAPORE - At the end of every year, Anderson Serangoon Junior College assigns teachers their co-curricular activity (CCA) and committee duties for the next year.

The deployment exercise takes into account the teachers' choices and the school's needs even as it ensures that the workload is distributed evenly, said its principal Manogaran Suppiah.

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