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“Teachers and friends are always waiting for me to come back”

On his personal page, teacher Nguyen Van Tap, Principal of Nam Po District High School for Ethnic Minorities (Dien Bien) shared his joy when he had just persuaded a student to drop out. went to work in an industrial park in Bac Ninh and returned to his hometown to continue his studies.

Master Xi wrote: “The joy when the teacher was able to bring the lost bird back to the nest! With just phone calls and text messages, he brought me back from Bac Ninh to continue my studies! From now on, focus on your studies! I believe you will be successful, a good student of my teachers”!

Students dropped out of school to go to work, the teacher texted:

Vang A Tru, 11th grader, Ethnic Minority School – High School in Nam Po district (Dien Bien).

Talking to reporters, Mr. Tap said, the student he mentioned on his personal page is Vang A Tru, an 11th grader at the school. After the Lunar New Year break, this student voluntarily dropped out of school to Bac Ninh city to work as a worker in an industrial park.

“Mr. Xu is very obedient and when she learned that she had dropped out of school to work, all the teachers were heartbroken. The homeroom teacher and subject teacher have also shared many ways to encourage me to return to school but have not been successful.” teacher Nguyen Van Tap said.

As Principal, Mr. Xi still does not give up the opportunity to mobilize students to return to school. Every day, the teacher texted and called to find out how the student’s work and life situation was.

Master Tu recounted: “There was a time when I knew the number of the calling teacher had turned off the phone and blocked the call. Understanding the psychology of students who have to live far from home, without relatives, I still persisted in texting, calling and finally she picked up the phone. She shared that she really wanted to continue her studies, but because her family conditions were too difficult, she had to work and earn money. I have encouragement, you can rest assured to return home to continue studying, all difficulties of the teacher and student’s family will be solved together.”

After many days of persuasion, Vang A Tru decided to stop her job in Bac Ninh and return to school to continue her studies. Because the journey from Bac Ninh to Nam Po is nearly 600 km long, all the way, teachers of the school constantly call and text to monitor the way home of students to ensure safety.

Students drop out of school to go to work, the teacher says:

In the message, Mr. Xi said: “You just go home, teachers and friends always open their hearts to welcome you back.”

On his status line, the Principal of Nam Po District High School for Ethnic Minority Boarding and High School (Dien Bien) also shared a photo of the teachers’ concern and worries when tracking students’ journeys. from Bac Ninh to Dien Bien.

On his status line, the Principal of Nam Po District High School for Ethnic Minority Boarding and High School (Dien Bien) also shared a photo of the teachers’ concern and worries when tracking students’ journeys. from Bac Ninh to Dien Bien.

Not only Vang A Tru, teacher Nguyen Van Tap said, after Tet, the Ethnic Minority Boarding High School – High School in Nam Po district (Dien Bien) recorded 3 students dropping out of school to go to work. But in a variety of ways, teachers have been lobbying students to return to school.

Students dropped out of school to go to work, the teacher texted:

Mr. Nguyen Van Tap presents gifts to students who have made great efforts and achieved high academic achievements.

Especially in mountainous, remote and mountainous areas, after the summer break or after the Lunar New Year, many students did not return to school. They drop out of school to stay at home to help support their families or go back to the city to do general jobs. Encouraging students to return to school is quite a difficult job for teachers.

“If they are young, if they drop out of school, it is very dangerous to go to the cities to work on their own, they still lack skills while there are too many pitfalls lurking. School teachers must find a variety of ways to help students return home to continue their studies. The children who complete the high school program can then go to vocational training, the job opportunities and the future will be more sustainable.”teacher Nguyen Van Tap shared./.

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