Ceylon Teachers Union to take action against those who sent ‘students to streets’

Ceylon Teachers Union to take action against those who sent ‘students to streets’

Ceylon Teachers Union to take action against those who sent ‘students to streets’

Written by Staff Writer

28 Mar, 2016 | 8:51 pm

Demonstrations were held at a number of schools across the country, to protest on the transfer of school principals.The Old Girls Association of the Southland Girls’ School in Galle joined the parents of students in protest of the transfer of the school principal. The protesters staged a demonstration after marching to the city of Galle.

Footage captured on a mobile phone showed how an argument between a protester and a female pedestrian led to a fistfight. A protest was also staged against the transfer of the principal of the Mihintale Central Colleg . The protest, which was staged by the students of the school, came under much condemnation by the parents.

A parent stated that there is no point in keeping a principal to serve the  needs of the teachers, as they have sent naive students to the middle of the streets,  and not a single teacher has attended this happening.

Another parent added that they have ruined the education given to these children by getting them involved in the problems of the teachers.

Secretary of the Ceylon Teachers Union, Joseph Stalin stated that they condemn using students. They added that with regard to Southland College, and schools, they have already complained to the education minister.

He added that the education authorities did not accept what was happening. Therefore immediate steps must be taken to resolve the problem.  Explaining further,  he added that if corrupt principals continue to put students on the streets to protect their positions, then we will resort to legal action.

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