Ed­u­ca­tion sys­tem

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Navua It’s strange to see our school sys­tem not per-

Ravneel Sharma ,

form­ing to ex­pec­ta­tion as the min­is­ter is em­pha­sis­ing since tak­ing the port­fo­lio. The ma­jor break down is the pri­mary level where stu­dents are not taught the ba­sics and they face a lot of prob­lems when they en­ter sec­ondary schools. Ma­jor­ity of these stu­dents are weak in read­ing and speak­ing English and there­fore not able to per­form in other sub­jects. The school heads at pri­mary level needs to al­low par­ents to ac­tively in­volve them­selves for the bet­ter ed­u­ca­tion of their child. They must mon­i­tor and guide them to­wards ‘mak­ing ed­u­ca­tion ex­cel­lence in re­al­ity’. It is im­pos­si­ble to en­tirely de­pend on teach­ers to de­velop stu­dents holis­ti­cally be­cause par­ents play a vi­tal role in shap­ing today’s youths. They must teach their chil­dren spir­i­tual and moral val­ues. How­ever stu­dents at schools nowa­days don’t pay much re­spect to teach­ers nei­ther “Talatala’s” and it is seen that this stu­dents eas­ily in­volve them­selves into wrong­ful acts and crim­i­nal ac­tiv­i­ties. Once ap­pre­hended for such ac­tiv­i­ties then it’s no use par­ents cry­ing be­cause the milk has al­ready spilt.

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