Primary teachers should focus more on their responsibilities and should work day and night to rebuild the drowning image of government schools.
This was stated by Malik Khalid Khan President of All Primary Teachers Association (APTA) of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa on Tuesday while addressing a seminar on
“Responsibilities of Primary Teachers-after acquiring their rights”.
While presenting APTA’s program for the year 2013-14, Khalid Khan said that two thousand primary schools of Peshawar district would be upgraded to middle level. He hoped that with the help and suggestions of parents, teachers and members of civil society the performance of primary schools would be improved.
He advised teachers for having mild attitude with students that according to him will help creating favorable environment for study and character building of the students. APTA also thanked Chief Minister of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Amir Haider Khan Hoti and Minister for Education Sardar Babak for meeting demands of primary teachers.