Three students expelled from school for misconduct, parents complain
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The parents of three students – Tran Van Thanh, Tran Quang Minh and Tran Ngoc Hieu – from the Vu Tien Secondary School have lodged a complaint with the Ministry of Education and Training, asking for intervention in the case. 

The students have to stay out of school for six months. Meanwhile, secondary school finals are scheduled in three months.

Explaining the school’s decision, Vu Tien School’s headmaster Pham Xuan Dinh said the school had forced the students to stay away from school because they broke the law.

The students have to stay out of school for six months. Meanwhile, secondary school finals are scheduled in three months.

In the last year, the three students have repeatedly slandered teachers and workers of the school, wrongly denouncing them of committing embezzlement and adultery.

The students have also been caught painting dirty words on the blackboards, walls and corridors to offend teachers. 

After receiving the complaint from the parents, the Thai Binh provincial Education and Training Department has sent inspectors to the school, while it has told the Vu Tien Secondary School to delay the decision’s enforcement until the inspectors make a final .

While many people support the school’s decision, saying that it is necessary to impose sanctions, others believe that it would be better to educate students instead of keeping them away from the school environment.

Xuan Vu, a parent, commented that with their repeated behavior, the students have posed a challenge to the school. Therefore, they must bear punishment to realize what they can do and cannot do at school.

Vu said he did not support the parents who have shouted to the public for help. “They must take responsibility for their children’s behavior,” he commented.

“How will their children grow up and who will they become if they make mistakes but do not bear punishments?” he said.

Trung Anh Vu, a teacher of a continuing education establishment, said it was necessary to punish the students as a measure to protect teachers.

“If you scold a student, you will be condemned by the public. Teachers bear pressure at school,” he said.

Meanwhile, Nguyen Thi Thu Luong, deputy headmaster of the Kim Dong Secondary School, warned that the school’s decision, if implemented, may lead to immeasurable consequences.

“What’s the future for the students if they cannot go to school?” she said, adding that they may join the ‘black society’, which the school and parents don’t want to see.


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