TDP's "tent class" criticism: The point reached in public education is shameful
TDP Central Executive Board member Ersen Sururi argued that the invention of a "classroom in a tent" at Namık Kemal High School was a "complete mental eclipse" and said, "The point reached in public education is shameful."
Communal Democracy Party (TDP) Central Executive Board (MYK) member Ersen Sururi argued that the invention of a "classroom in a tent" at the Namık Kemal High School in Famagusta was a "total eclipse".
In a written statement, Sururi claimed that "Forcing students to set up classrooms in military tents as if there are no classrooms left in Famagusta and to force students to study in tents is an insult and insult to the Turkish Cypriot community, which has adopted secular, democratic and scientific education."
Saying, "Minister of National Education Nazım Çavuşoğlu may be proud of his 'classroom in tent' practice," Sururi claimed that those responsible for this embarrassment are those who turn a deaf ear to the demands for new school buildings to be built to meet the needs of the systematically increased population.
“THE POINT REACHED IN PUBLIC EDUCATION IS SHAME”
Claiming that "tent classes are a result of the management mentality imposed by the government in Turkey", Sururi noted that "the point reached in public education is embarrassing, and although those responsible are not ashamed, they are ashamed of themselves".
“The city of Famagusta has a value like the Eastern Mediterranean University. Ersen Sururi, who said, "At least, it could be considered to benefit from the facilities of this university", called on the Minister of Education to end the "classroom in tent" practice and find a building where normal classrooms can be created, and invited the government to build schools instead of "constructing unnecessary palaces".
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