A new decision came from the Ministry of Education in the evening! IT WILL BE COMPLETELY CHANGED in primary, secondary and higher schools.

Minister of National Education Yusuf Tekin highlighted in his statement that they have made important decisions regarding peer harassment this year and said: “In this context, we have included peer harassment in our program under the name “Studies of Social Responsibility in Schools”. “We will take necessary action regarding this matter,” he said, explaining the issues one by one.

Minister Tekin made important assessments for the results of the OECD and PISA 2022. Stating that they have reaped the fruits of the projects carried out for the realization of the ideal of the Turkish century, Minister Tekin said in his statement : “We experience the happiness and joy of receiving the fruits of the projects that we previously implemented in a process where we struggled with all our teammates to realize the ideal of the Turkish century. »

A NEW ERA BEGINS IN PEER BULLYING

In addition to his assessments, Minister Tekin also made important statements on the issue of peer-to-peer harassment. Stressing that this negative situation has worsened compared to 2018, Tekin also said that he is aware of this situation. Stating that further measures will be taken against peer harassment, the Minister of National Education said: “In this context, we have included peer harassment in our program under the name of “social responsibility activities in the school “. “We will take necessary action regarding this matter,” he said.

“WE CAN’T FIND IT ENOUGH”

Continuing his assessments, Minister Tekin said that he did not find the successes achieved in education over the past 21 years sufficient and emphasized that they would continually progress and said: “At this point, I would like to emphasize this ; We can never find the successes we have achieved in the field of education over the past 21 years sufficient. Because education is not a field where you can get to a point. We must constantly progress, improve and build better every moment. “We will continue to work to do better,” he said.

Continuing his speech, Minister Tekin did not forget to thank everyone who contributed to the creation of this table, including teachers and education administrators.

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