Anglophone teachers in Yaounde who went protest have resumed the marking of the Government Common Entrance today after negotiations with Basic Education authorities.
The teachers went on strike following the slashing of their marking dues from 120 FCFA per script marked to 27 FCFA .
Worst still Basic education authorities displayed arrogance when they were approached by the disgruntled teachers leading to a break down in talks.
They have finally regained their marking centres after lengthy talks Thursday, with officials of the Ministry of Basic education.
It has been agreed that the cost per script will be at 60FCFA. Conditions for their feeding, transportation and additional bonuses have been increased.
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