Public schools should eye for the “NO READ, NO PASS” policy for strict implementation

Public schools should eye for the “NO READ NO PASS” policy for strict implementation

Implementation of the “No Read No Pass” Policy in the public schools is a way to ensure quality education. If only the department is willing to adapt to this to make changes to the norm of the public schools. Teachers can’t deny the fact that their pupils proceed to the next level even if they can’t read.

The department should eye for the strict implementation of “No Read No Pass” Policy. It is very important to cut through the main problem before it gets worse.

Here are the reasons why strict implementation of the “No Read No Pass” Policy is a must in all public schools:

1. More and more pupils from elementary proceed to high school even if they can’t read.

This is 100% true in the public schools. The high school teachers will have to double their effort since most Grade 7 students can’t read. The foundation should be in the elementary years so it is very vital to foresee those who can’t read. In that way interventions will be made.

2. Students who can’t read can’t comprehend to the new lessons introduced by the teachers.

Elementary is the foundation of everything. Pupils should at least can read syllables if not the phrase or whole sentence. The pupils will have to read in preparation to high school. In high school, the lessons are already focused on mastery and practice. If a student can’t read, the teacher will start from scratch.

3. The quality of education is not anymore the quality we wanted to achieve.

Whether we like it or not, the education we have at present is not the quality we wanted to be.

4. Students can’t even write simple letters and essays anymore.

In the past decades, students can write simple letters and they can read simple stories well. Nowadays, students can’t even read a simple sentence anymore. In connection, they can’t also write their own stories or essays. The use of technology corrupted their minds and made them lazy.

5. If students can’t read, then they can’t also speak and write thus coming to school is a joke and a slap to the educators.

Students go to classes but in return they cannot read long stories or speak the language the way we did many years ago. It is sad to note that the evolution of education is a total waste. – Alec | Helpline PH

3 thoughts on “Public schools should eye for the “NO READ, NO PASS” policy for strict implementation”

  1. Willie Saquilayan

    Based on my experiences in tutoring and teaching “mass promotion ” is the main cause of it. Reading comprehesion and basic operations in math hindi alam.

  2. 1. Abolish 163 policy. It is because teachers can’t force anymore pupils to stand to do board work and even read what is written on the board. This policy teaches pupils to become lazy.
    Teachers cannot scold anymore the pupils if they don’t do their assignments or projects. And there are some parents who tolerate the malpractices of their pupils and always blame teachers.
    2. Parents should follow up their child’s assessment or outputs in schools.
    3. Barangay officials should help teachers through formulating programs that motivates parents to actively engage in monitoring the activities of their children.

  3. Jill M. Ibañez

    How to volunteer for those pupils doesn’t know how to read this would be my advocacy.

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