Parents, students affected most

Letters, Normal

The National, Thursday February 20th, 2014

 LET us be very cautious and ready to accept any outcomes, whether good or bad, regarding the free and compulsory education policies. Parents, do not have high hopes for their children to further their education after Grade 12 or find space in colleges and universities. Let us just hope and pray that our government does something positive to address this emerging crisis. The truth is, our government, MPs and senior public servants will not hear our cries, simply because their children and families are better cared for overseas. It is us who will suffer the consequences of such policies. Come on parents, let us rise up and speak for the benefit of our children and their futures.