Push Out Youth

@Shavkat (50107)
Philippines
March 1, 2016 3:22am CST
The modern generation is starting to give a mark in educational systems. The continual increase of out of school youth has been recorded and illiteracy incidence remarkably increments. Most of the dilemmas encountered or reasons why young generations were drop out are failures in coping up the sudden implementation of K12 in the Philippines. At present, they are called push out. It seems that they are push out from school for not performing well in school. The government should find the best way to manage the failure of students with the educational systems that was implemented abruptly; the changes are tremendously becoming constraints to the systems.
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@amadeo (53612)
• United States
1 Mar 16
This is always a touching subject on this.Even here in the states
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@Shavkat (50107)
• Philippines
1 Mar 16
@amadeo I haven't thought that it also happens in your country.
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@Lucky15 (33731)
• Philippines
1 Mar 16
We are ok without k12. Not saying that k12 is not. The government is not yet ready but implemented it. Sigh
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@Shavkat (50107)
• Philippines
1 Mar 16
@Lucky15 I do think that our government is not ready for reformation educational system.
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@Marcyaz (35955)
• United States
1 Mar 16
That sounds like a real problem as I don't believe in making children leave school as they should be helped in the areas they are having problems with.
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@Shavkat (50107)
• Philippines
2 Mar 16
@Marcyaz In some point, it is not advisable for the children to leave the school. However, the drastic changes in educational system is not advisable if the school facility is not ready for the reformation especially in the government agency responsible for it.
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