The teachers on strike pose the perfect opportunity for the Government of Guyana to overhaul the entire Education system. This will get rid of the backwardness that plagues Guyana.
Such teachers should be replaced with skilled teachers so that we can get the future generation of Guyana to be independent citizens.
Have anyone of the teachers on strike ever stopped to think about the innocent children who are being affected by their actions? There are children who look forward to go to school, there are children who are starting school for the first time – having to leave their mum and dad and feeling nervous, there are children who just want to learn … this is our future, and these called “teachers” although already getting a reasonable salary – JUST DON’T CARE.
Guyana is already in a dire situation with regards to security, healthcare, road safety, social backwardness, etc. etc. and the very people who are supposed to be helping to shape the future are adding to this very desperate state of affairs.
Guyana should continue to concentrate on security, in order to recruit qualified teachers from elsewhere around the world.
As for the minister who apologised to the teachers, this apology only serves as an acknowledgement of his wrongdoing and as such he should resign or be sacked.
If anyone deserves a pay rise in Guyana, it’s the police force.
Dale Shaka Kalamazad.
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