Public opposes closure of free classes (13-10-2008) A free class for poor students in Tay Son District of the central province of Binh Dinh receives more than 25 underpriviledged students each year. These classes should win support from authorities and residents. — VNA/VNS Photo Duong Ngoc BINH DINH — The People’s Committee of Binh Dinh Province has told Nhon Binh Ward’s People’s Committee to review the closure of free classes for poor children in the ward in Quy Nhon City. This follows complaints by senior officials and educators about the decision made by local authorities. “All the checking must be finished by October 20. After this process, we’ll chalk out a proper solution,” Cu Thi Ngoc Phuong, representative of the provincial People’s Committee said. Le Sy Nguyen, a resident in Nhon Binh Ward, opened classes for more than 30 poor children aged from six to 12, but has been forced to close down after more than 18 years’ operation. Most of the classes teach reading, writing and maths to get pupils to a standard where they can enter proper schools. The main reason given for closing them was that they apparently did not meet educational standards, lacked necessary school equipment…
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