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Ministry, schools share the blame

By Vision Reporter

Added 6th January 2002 03:00 AM

Strikes are acts of either violence or non-violence, pioneered by teachers or students as a result of unsatisfying conditions. However, they have similar effects on learning.

Strikes are acts of either violence or non-violence, pioneered by teachers or students as a result of unsatisfying conditions. However, they have similar effects on learning.

Strikes are acts of either violence or non-violence, pioneered by teachers or students as a result of unsatisfying conditions. However, they have similar effects on learning. - School administration can be blamed if it can’t be transparent, allocate responsibilities correctly, do supervisory roles. If they dictate on students, fail to organise staff meetings, implement resolutions, control intake, put in place guidance and counselling. If they also fail to avail suggestion boxes, good toilets, clean water, high quality learning and feeding. - Students stand to be blamed when they, accept wrong peer groups, are not tolerant, have too much love for a luxurious life style, are lazy, can’t control adolescence. - Teachers can share the blame if they, leak sensitive secrets, have too much lust for leadership, are lazy. - Parents are blamed when they, neglect homes, do not check children’s discipline, avoid responsibilities, handle children delicately, despise parents and teachers Associations. - Ministry shares the blame if it, posts headteachers for political appeasements, does not institute framework for a national committee for head teachers. - Ministry should constantly have mass education, to uphold teachers code of conduct, punish arrogant teachers. - Parents should stop handling children delicately. - Teachers need to follow their code of conduct. Moses Chinyi Teacher, Arua Hill P7 School, Arua.

Ministry, schools share the blame

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