‘Public Education Stop Day’… Memorial events held throughout the country, including the National Assembly and the Office of Education.

 Memorial events will be held throughout the country, including the Seoul National Assembly and each city and provincial office of education, on the 4th for the 49th anniversary of the death of a teacher who died at an elementary school in Seocho-gu, Seoul.

The Ministry of Education is prepared to take disciplinary action according to the law if teachers take collective action, but since there has been no precedent for teachers’ anger to be expressed to this extent over the issue of ‘falling of teaching authority’, they took annual leave or sick leave and participated in the memorial service. It seems that there are quite a few teachers who do this메이저사이트.

In particular, the impact is expected to continue as three teachers were found dead in succession in Gyeonggi and Gunsan over the past four days, including last weekend, in addition to an elementary school teacher in Seocho-gu.

According to the education community on the 4th, teachers are planning to designate this day as ‘Public Education Stop Day’ and mourn the Seocho-gu elementary school teacher who died in July of this year in various ways across the country.

It appears that some teachers will use annual leave or sick leave to avoid going to school in commemoration.

However, the exact number of teachers who applied for annual leave or sick leave or left school early is expected to be revealed later this afternoon at the earliest.

Some schools have decided to take discretionary leave in preparation for possible disruption to educational activities if more teachers are absent.

As of 5 p.m. on the 1st of this month, the Ministry of Education found that 30 elementary schools nationwide (0.5%) planned temporary closure (discretionary closure).

As the Ministry of Education announced a hard-line response policy, the number of schools with discretionary closures has decreased than originally expected, but some schools are considering shortened classes or combined classes and grades.

In addition, there are parents who support teachers’ group action and apply for experiential learning, so it seems likely that there will be more schools where classes are not actually conducted as usual.

At 3 p.m. on this day, the ’49 Remembrance Ceremony’ will be held at the Seoicho Auditorium, hosted by the Seoul Metropolitan Office of Education.

The event will be attended by Seoul Superintendent Cho Hee-yeon, Gyeonggi Superintendent Lim Tae-hee, Korea Federation of Teachers’ Association President Jeong Seong-guk, Teachers’ Union Federation Chairman Kim Yong-seo, National Teachers and Education Workers Union Chairman Jeon Hee-young, and other seniors and juniors from the deceased’s school.

From 9 a.m. to 10 p.m., a memorial space for citizens will be prepared and operated at the Seoicho playground.

Starting at 4:30 p.m., a rally will be held on the main street in front of the National Assembly Building in Seoul.

‘Everyone in One Mind’ said, “We plan to hold a memorial rally in front of the National Assembly for the 49th teacher of Seoi Elementary School, urging the National Assembly to find out the truth about the teacher who died unjustly and to immediately revise the child abuse laws.”

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