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Public Schools: One teacher Per three students

Aoune32!

Well-Known Member
#1
Public Schools:
One teacher Per three students

Following the approval of the public employee salary scale, teachers have received high salary increases and six exceptional pay grades, which significantly raised the state education budget. However, there was no increase in the number of public school students, causing the cost of public education to rise to LBP 6 million per student, i.e. almost equal to the cost of private education. The educational level in some public schools is low comparable to that of private schools.


One of the major reasons for the rise is a surplus of teachers (and of course their wage increase) compared to the number of students. We found that there are 88 public schools with one teacher per three students or less, and 110 schools with a teacher–student ratio between 1:3 and 1:4.

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What a disgrace!
 
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  • The Jade

    Legendary Member
    #2
    Public institutions are electoral machines.
    They allow za3ims to hire their constituents, then give them high salaries and in return, the employees would vote for the same leader over and over again.

    But fear not, we found oil and Lebanon is soon to become an oil giant and Aoun bayy el kell and cheikh saad ma fi menno and we should be greatful that Aoun is our president and that he's fighting corruption (despite his minister of corruption not opening a single file), and that we're getting more income from the customs (we meaning the state.....who is using the money to pay these teachers).....

    Yalla, I made it easy so that none of the FPM/Government have to work hard in order to find excuses for this scandal
     

    Isabella

    The Queen Of "Bazella"
    Orange Room Supporter
    #3
    Public Schools:
    One teacher Per three students

    Following the approval of the public employee salary scale, teachers have received high salary increases and six exceptional pay grades, which significantly raised the state education budget. However, there was no increase in the number of public school students, causing the cost of public education to rise to LBP 6 million per student, i.e. almost equal to the cost of private education. The educational level in some public schools is low comparable to that of private schools.


    One of the major reasons for the rise is a surplus of teachers (and of course their wage increase) compared to the number of students. We found that there are 88 public schools with one teacher per three students or less, and 110 schools with a teacher–student ratio between 1:3 and 1:4.

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    What a disgrace!
    Saying public school education level is low compared to private education is an understatenent!

    I taught public school children for a while, at first it was supposed to be after school help for math/physics exclusively, I soon realized these children that were in 7th-8th and 9th grade could barely read and write! Curriculum was expanded to envolve everything they needed help with... Public school teachers are a bloody disgrace! Those who take their job seriously are very rare... The rest just show up, mistreat children, teach them nothing as they are often unqualified themselves and get paid in the process!

    Our education system needs major reforms, this includes private schools as well.. but priority number 1 should be improving public schools
     

    The Jade

    Legendary Member
    #4
    Saying public school education level is low compared to private education is an understatenent!

    I taught public school children for a while, at first it was supposed to be after school help for math/physics exclusively, I soon realized these children that were in 7th-8th and 9th grade could barely read and write! Curriculum was expanded to envolve everything they needed help with... Public school teachers are a bloody disgrace! Those who take their job seriously are very rare... The rest just show up, mistreat children, teach them nothing as they are often unqualified themselves and get paid in the process!

    Our education system needs major reforms, this includes private schools as well.. but priority number 1 should be improving public schools
    As long as the maronites get the president, sunnis the PM and shias the speaker, all is good in Lebanon.
    Education? Who needs that????

    The za3im will learn on our behalf.
     
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