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    Dhi Qar: Organizations that monitor school dropouts due to poverty

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    Dhi Qar: Organizations that monitor school dropouts due to poverty


     Dhi Qar / Hussein al-Amel 

    Dhi Qar on Friday warned against the increase in school dropout rates due to the increase in poverty rates in the governorate and the adoption of a campaign to study the phenomenon on the ground in 10 schools in the governorate. and the Directorate of Education and school administrations   
    , said head of the administrative body of the Center to enable participation and equality Alia Shuli "long", that "through the activities of advocacy campaign launched by our organization (enable the Center to participate and equality) and in cooperation with the young team of Dhi Qar , we have prepared a field study on the extent of the commitment Darat schools teach the subjects of sports and art education we have been able to visit and targeting 10 secondary and middle schools in different parts of the province to be a sample to study the problem. "
    "The field study we conducted during the first half of the academic year of the current year revealed a number of problems facing students, including a significant weakness in their access to the lessons of art education and sports in light of the marked deterioration of the role of the educational guide in this area." 
    Al-Shuwaili pointed out that "there is a widespread belief that the lessons of sport and art education secondary and non-basic lessons, which allows to neglect and overcome the quotas and give them to other lessons." 
    Al-Shuwaili stressed the importance of these lessons in re-energizing, active and positive students, and the discovery and development of young talents, especially in girls' schools, where these lessons are the only way to discover the talents of students in the current social conditions that do not allow girls to participate in public activities.
    The head of the administrative board of the Tamkeen Center for Participation and Equality of the psychological effects caused by "restricting the study in schools to scientific methods only," noting that "neglecting the technical and sports lessons will make the curriculum boring and non-motivating for the student to continue the study, which may pay a slice of Students to drop out of school. " 
    She pointed out that "the reasons expelled from the school environment have become many and the most prominent weakness of interest in recreational materials and a clear weakness in the role of educational and psychological guide that the primary schools are not included educational guidance psychological." 
    She added that "the problem of neglecting the lessons of sport and art education in schools with tripartite and quadriplegic schools, where schools departments to creep on those lessons and eliminate them to adapt the curriculum with the working hours that are being reduced in schools with triple and quadruple."
    On the recommendations of the seminar held to discuss the problem of neglecting the lessons of art education and sports, a member of the team of young women Dhi Qar social researcher Sabreen Kamel told the "range" that "participants in the symposium on the (the reality of teaching arts and sports and the role of educational supervisor) With the team of young women Dhi Qar resulted in several recommendations, most notably emphasis on the interest in art education and sports and that these lessons are the first in the schedule of school classes and not the last, and not be allowed to override the importance of reducing pressure on students and entertainment and discover and refining their talents. 
    She added Kamel "
    "The recommendations also called for the opening of special sessions to develop the capacity of sports and technical teachers and educational guides and increase their numbers commensurate with the number of schools in the province, which helps to discover and develop talent." 
    "The symposium adopted several recommendations concerning the administration of the province and the provincial council, including the allocation of funds necessary for the purchase of sports equipment, where funds have not been allocated for this area four years ago, and stressed the need to develop a college of fine arts in the province to provide schools with specialized teachers. 
     A member of the young women team in Dhi Qar stressed the need to urge parents to encourage their daughters to take care of artistic education and sports through a meeting of parents' councils or holding seminars for this purpose.
    The Committee on Education and Higher Education in the province of Dhi Qar revealed on September 19, 2017 a ministerial decision to reduce the proportion of students from the stationery and limited distribution to the first three grades in primary schools, while the Committee is the decision that constitutes a threat to the benefits of free education and compulsory education, Warned of high rates of dropout of students from school and exacerbated the problem of illiteracy. 
    Dhi Qar schools include more than 567 thousand students and students, distributed throughout the different stages of study (kindergartens, primary, intermediate, preparatory, secondary, teacher's and vocational education), while the governorate includes about 1137 school buildings with more than 2000 A school or an institute, most of them on a dual or tripartite basis, some with a quadruple job and many of them having a disability.



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