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20 March, 2019 00:00 00 AM
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Teachers should reduce dropouts, ensure quality education’

BSS, Rangpur
Teachers should reduce dropouts, ensure quality education’

The teachers of primary level schools and other educational institutions should take the responsibility to reduce school dropouts to zero level by improving quality of primary level education.

Government officials expressed the view today at a discussion in an Education Fair arranged by the Department of Primary Education on the Public Library ground here in observance of the National Primary Education Week-2019.

The Upazila Primary Education Offices of all eight upazilas and District Primary Education Office set up nine stalls on the fair premises displaying their innovative projects on primary education, education inputs and materials.

Hundreds of primary level students, teachers, member of school managing committee (SMC) members, guardians and civil society members visited different stalls on the fair ground and enjoyed a colourful cultural function.

Deputy Commissioner Enamul Habib attended the discussion as the chief guest with Divisional Deputy Director of the Directorate of Primary Education Md. Abdul Wahab in the chair.

Additional Deputy Commissioner (Education and ICT) Ruhul Amin Mian and District Primary Education Officer Md. Shahidul Islam addressed as the special guest.

The speakers said the primary level teachers should work with dedication to make various pragmatic steps taken by the present government to turn children into worthy citizens through ensuring quality primary education.

They called upon the primary level teachers to teach their students modern teaching skills, methodologies and techniques in classrooms like their own child so that the students could easily understand their lessons.

The chief guest said the teachers should give stronger basic foundation to the children to prepare them for the modern science and technology-based higher education to become worthy citizens for serving the nation.

 

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