87% of parents wanted to send their children to schools: President private schools association
LAHORE: Private Schools Association Kashif Mirza has said that 87% parents wanted to send their children to schools.
Kashif Mirza, President Private Schools Association, in his response to the announcement of closure of educational institutions, said that education has suffered a lot this year while SOPs were being implemented in educational institutions.
He said that Corona has not been spread. In the past, a large number of children in the country were out of school and now the government has no idea that children are going to work.
Kashif Mirza said that federal ministers had said that SOPs have been well implemented in educational institutions and 87% parents wanted to send their children to schools.
On the other hand, private school owners in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa also rejected the decision to close schools. Chairman National Education Council said that which CSOPs were followed in the meeting yesterday?
Mirza said that SOPs are being fully implemented in schools and the closure of children’s education and institutions is an irreparable loss. The private sector is responsible for 70% of education.