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Benchmark for success

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I am quite a bit surprised that people have failed to see that laureates cannot be used as the benchmark of the success of our education system.
The increase in the number of laureates hides in its womb the torturous cancer eating away the education system. The present laureate system is just the tree that hides the woods. The revocation of the Rs 500 000 bond is only a political move in view of the next general election and Bunwaree is playing all types of game to prove that he is the best when he is not even fit to be among the worst.

Bunwaree has played a cunning game to justify his educational policy. You want to have laureates in every school. So simple! Instead of extending the present quantum to 68, why not extend it to 500. At least, there can be 4 to 5 laureates per school and through which he can prove that his educational system has proved his competence.

Do you know the harm of diluting the laureate system? It is giving false hopes. Is this strategy one worth to contribute to our Education HUB. Sorry! I get the impression that people have allowed themselves to be carried away by the current of sensation that the move of Bunwaree, with all his politics, has created.

Gopee

Le Dimanche/L' Hebdo

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