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Which one is correct if I wantto write it as a title?

(a) Teacher-in-charge

(b) Teacher in-charge

(c) Teacher -in charge
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Hi Vincent,

Which one is correct if I wantto write it as a title?

(a) Teacher-in-charge

(b) Teacher in-charge

(c) Teacher -in charge

Of these 3 choices,the best is A.

But where I live, it's not a natural term. I'd say 'head teacher' or 'lead teacher'. If the teacher is in charge of the entire school, including all the other teachers, I'd say 'the school principal'.



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