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Back to school or back to vacation?

Back  to school or back to vacation? Dilemma prevails among parents as well as pupils because the precarious teachers’ strike has not come to any decent solution.

It is extremely sad news that so far teachers’ demands are not satisfied but kids’ educational problems are amplified.

Seriously, no one wants to see our children’s prime time to acquire knowledge deprived for any reasons. If kids remain away for a long period from the classroom and educational environment, then they easily loosen up the grip of study power. Their academic concentration and co-ordination is also interrupted.

Sooner or later government has to bring a decision, so why so much delay in making a decision? Delay is dangerous.

Everybody is anxiously waiting the moment to come when the teachers’ strike is over.

 

Hanif A. Patel, Surrey

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