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PublishDate: Wednesday, July 4, 2012 11:00

"New books, Old teachers"

The newly published books are beyond the understanding level of both students and the teachers.

Since the new books were distributed to school students in Baghlan, the teaching methods have failed to teach the subjects properly. The wrong methods have raised the students complains.

"The newly published books are beyond the understanding level of both students and the teachers since the methods on which the books are published are appropriate to universities." Karimeh, an in-grade-10 student in Pol-e-Khomri "Bi Bi Hawa" high school said.

Complaining on new books, Mahnaz, another student from the same high school, asked the government to provide them with classroom, boards and chairs.

She was quoted by AVA as saying studding in open area where the sun shines harm is a big catastrophe.

Recommending the old books to be taught, Amhad Fuad, a in-grade-11 Khatam-ol-Anbia high school student, had complain on not understanding the subjects due to lack of teaching abilities of the teachers.

"The teachers are used to old books since they themselves have passed these books while the new books require up-to-date teachers" he added

Prior to distributing the new books, the teachers should have been taught the teaching methods through seminars and informed about the subjects said Homa Jan, a Pol-e-Khomri "Bi Bi Hawa" high school teacher said.

"The non-governmental schools due to enjoying a better curriculum are preferred." She said

The story in private schools is made differently. "We are satisfied with our kind teachers as well as the subjects except not having computers." Seyyed Mir, a student in grade 7 from a private school in Pol-e-Khomri said.

Fereshteh who quitted governmental two years ago now is studding in grade 6 in "Tamadon" private school. She is happy with her teachers and educational system. She said the teachers teach well.

From 5 nongovernmental schools in Baghlan one is located in central Baghlan the four others in Pol-e-Khomri, the capital of Balghlan province.

"The new books are given to each of 460 schools available in Baghlan province. A high proportion of students and teachers have faced problems with teaching and understanding the subjects and we have forwarded the problem to the ministry of education. They are yet to answer." Abdorashid, the Baghlan education office deputy teaching said.
















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