Gurus Dhi Qar accuse of Education to "confuse" the educational process and its residents warn of "increased illiteracy"
Dhi Qar / long-Presse
He held Saidi , the Ministry of Education and the Commission opinion on them" responsible for not providing textbooks for school students , "noting that" textbooks are still not available about the whole student , despite the start of the new school year about two months ago, and some curriculum items are not available for teachers to be able to taught. "
captain teachers Dhi Qar and saw that" the lack of books will cause the monthly exams and preparing daily for students and turns thus without completing the curriculum duration prescribed, "returned to" irregular conduct of educational and teaching process will reflect negatively on the future of the country. "
Saidi said that" amounts textbooks leaked to the local markets and private libraries to be sold to students invaluable overtax the shoulders of their families , "and wondered , " Where do these books come and why not be distributed to school students. " For his part, Director General of Education Dhi Qar Riad Karim Omari said, in an interview to the (long - Presse), " The Education of Dhi Qar Directorate did not receive any of thebooks that completely changed its approach , " noting that " the Directorate distributed inventories available in its stores and the departments school books that had not changed. " Omari said , "that" the Directorate distributed accounted for 75 percent of the written material that has not been altered , "stressing that" thesuffering of the schools are exacerbated by the lack of books that have been completely changed. "
He revealed the Director of Education for a " resort teachers and teachers to download the methodological materials that jealousy the ministry of the internet and taught as treatment pots until they provided, "he continued that" the Directorate informed the school administrations not to compel students to clone material from the internet and that it is limited to teachers and teachers to explain the material to students. " in
turn, Deputy former member of the municipal council in the locality Serail in Nasiriyah, Abbas Karim, in aninterview to the (long - Presse), " the books and stationery , which were distributed to the students not percent , more than 15 or less what forced them to clone books and buying stationery from local markets ,forcing poor families and low - income burdens additives, especially that cloned price of the book somewhere between five to six thousand dinars, and that the student needs to be at least seven of them. "
He said cream that it may" be forced poor families to force their children to leave school leads to increase thenumber of dropouts students and high rates of illiteracy society, "returned " the deterioration of the fact theschool is a targeted government and the educational process for schools in general, and push students to private schools , which owns the majority of supervisors and the powerful" .. It is noteworthy that the capital Baghdad and several other provinces recently witnessed demonstrations in protest against the lack of textbooks, and to demand reform of the educational process. The Ministry of Education Ezzat, in ( thethirtieth of October 2016), the lack of books to the scarcity of allocations as a result of the financial crisis.