Teachers gathered from all over the country gathered in front of the National Assembly to urge the normalization of public education and an investigation into the truth about스포츠토토 the death of a teacher in Seoi-cho.
About 30,000 teachers (organizers estimate) including Cho Hee-yeon, superintendent of education gathered at the rally held in front of the National Assembly building in Yeouido-dong, Yeongdeungpo-gu, Seoul on the 19th. On this day, teachers raised their voices with pickets that read “immediate revision of child abuse-related laws” and “finding the truth about unfair teacher deaths.”
In particular, there were also demands for a truth-finding investigation into the case of a teacher at Seoi Elementary School in Seocho-gu, Seoul who died on the 18th of last month. Then, until September 4, the 49th ashes of the deceased, he asked to create an environment in which teachers can safely educate, such as laws related to child abuse. In addition, a time to read a letter from the bereaved family of the deceased Seoi-cho teacher was set up at the rally.
In addition, there were also voices asking for measures to be taken to ensure an efficient civil complaint handling system and teacher education activities. This is in response to recent violence by students and parents against teachers.
Superintendent Cho, who attended the rally, said, “As one of the people responsible for the Seoi-cho incident, I had concerns about whether it was right to stand here.” I came to do it,” he said.
He also expressed the opinion that the notice regarding student life guidance announced by the Ministry of Education was insufficient, and that improvement was needed to operate more effectively in schools. On the 17th, the Ministry of Education announced a notice containing measures such as confiscating cell phones from teachers or sending them out of class for students who disrupt school classes from the second semester. Superintendent Cho expressed his opinion that this was not enough, but pointed out that “a legal mechanism must be prepared to prevent the ruthless trampling of teaching authority.”
In addition, a group of 803 elementary, middle, and high school principals across the country urged them to take action to improve teaching authority. It is explained that there is a need to improve laws and systems to normalize public education without neglecting the education field any longer.