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    Teacher staff being very rude to students in government school

    I am a principle of a government school where poor children come to study.Recently some new and young aged teachers got selected who behave very badly with these children. I donít want to spoil the careers of these teachers but how can I make them learn a lesson?

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    punam22 Array
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    Re: Teacher staff being very rude to students in government school

    Hi,
    You being the Principal have to keep a check on the way students of your school are handled and your teachers can't be rude and ruthless to the students. They should understand that it is their duty to be patient and hard working with the students at your school. Poor people send their children there with the hope of seeing them successful someday. To give them a living unlike theirs. And the teachers should realise this whole heartedly.
    Call in for a meeting with the teachers at fault and tell them what you have observed and to discontinue with this practice. Keep a regular check on them there-on. If they don't improve, take the matter to the higher authorities. They can't be thinking that once a government job is got, it is all the way they want. Children's future can't be put at stake.

    Good luck

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    Re: Teacher staff being very rude to students in government school
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    Hi,


    See,what is happening is completely wrong.
    So,what if these children are poor but they are the ones who are the future of this country.
    Hence its the duty of the teachers to teach them good manners in a polite way!

    It is good that you have hired young teachers for your school.
    I think it is the experience that these teachers are lacking in.
    They need to be told that by behaving rudely with the children,they will start fearing from them.
    Hence the children won't be able to study properly as they'll have a sense of fear in them for the teachers.

    I think you should call all the new teachers and hold a meeting with them.
    Tell them that children are innocent and kind.
    They understand the language of Love.
    If you teach them without getting rude,they'll befriend you and will learn in a better way!

    I am sure that the young teachers will understand this thing and will talk to the children politely from the next time!


    Bye!


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    Re: Teacher staff being very rude to students in government school

    Dear, i am glad to hear that you are obeying your duties i.e. you take care about the education of children properly. As you are the head of the institution hence you have the power to right to that your staff is performing well or not,if their behaviour isn't good then firstly ask them politely to change their behaviour ,after that you can take the class of any of such culprit.
    If you staff is not giving proper education to your students then use the system of point allotment to the teachers. If any of the teacher is found not doing his/her duties then his points will be decreased. And the one with more points will be given certain kind of advantages.

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