The above information was shared by Mr. Vuong Van Bang, Director of Yen Bai Department of Education and Training on the evening of June 8.
Accordingly, the People’s Committee of Yen Bai province requested the Department to urgently verify and clarify information related to a 9th grade student in Nghia Lo town who did not attend school but still had points in the transcript and was considered for graduation by the school. Secondary School for the school year 2021 – 2022.
“If there are any violations, the education sector will strictly handle collectives and individuals in a timely manner and in accordance with regulations.” Mr. Bang emphasized.
On June 7, the press reported that in Nghia Lo town, LTD, a 9th grade student of Tran Phu High School and High School, went to school for the first week of the 2021-2022 school year, then D. followed his family to the South to be born. living.
However, D. still has normal grades, transcripts, attendance records and is considered for graduation like many other full-time students. D.’s class is led by teacher Hoang Thi Lieu.
Most recently, on April 27, in the student logbook, D. attended school, on April 29, D. was recorded as absent, and other days onward, D. was recorded as absent. enough to go to school.
Many angry people said that: “I don’t understand why at the time of graduation, the school still gives me D. normal grades and diplomas.”
After the information was published, public opinion was angry because the school did not understand because the school made a mistake in reviewing, managing or running after the achievement that caused the incident.
Before that, in the middle of May 2022, a teacher in Tran Yen district, Yen Bai province was accused of covering a child’s head with a plastic bag.
The cause was determined that the child refused to take a nap or cried, so the teacher covered the bag over his head to scare the child.
After verifying the information, this teacher was disciplined and asked to compensate the child’s family.
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