FORMER Pangia Secondary School deputy headmaster Fred Tangoi said he is confused after the provincial education board allegedly offered him five different positions in different schools.
Mr Tangoi told The National he questioned the integrity of the provincial education board.
“I don’t know which position to take. The authorities don’t seem to know where to send their teachers,” he said.
Meanwhile, more than 600 Grade 9 and 10 students and 100 Grade 11 students at the newly declared secondary school would commence classes on Monday after they were sent home due to the tussle over the deputy principal curriculm’s (DPC) position.
Former DPC, Mr Tangoi said he was unceremoniously replaced by Nick Pelango.
Mr Tangoi and his tribesmen demanded an explanation, which resulted in a clash in school premises.
The DPC position was awarded to Steven Buang.