IS POOR UPBRINGING AN INCEPTION OF SCHOOL BURNING?


Virginia Mule

By: Virginia Mule

Today’s definition of parenting is understated. With a fast-growing internet, children are exposed to many things online unlike old days when it was only about culture.

Reasons why everything’s toughened when parenting is concerned is teenage fire, and eroded culture. You see, good manners are the fabric that holds every family and society together. That’s what we forget.

Apart from children’s incomprehension of tradition, parents have withheld disciplinary actions from the past. Once planted, getting rid of a teen’s misconducts is very possible, but it might involve actual migraines.

Now over the last few years, teachers and parents have had to deal with students burning schools. Which is worse, to have parents foot the damages or to have the students hurt whilst others remain home until everything is back to normal?

For the past few weeks, Kenyans have witnessed massive destruction of prestigious national public schools. Property worth millions of money burning down to ashes. The course of education is fully challenged, are parents spoiling children so much, or did the children take excuses from the new education system?

Eventually, parents will have to bear what’s subjected to them. Such experience is however, very hard to take. With the shift of blames, parents blame the ministry of Education for the withdrawal of punishments and caning in schools. People reproach parents for poor upbringing.

Withal, each of them has a role to fill. The ministry for Education has to state the consequences of such misconducts. Parents on the other hand, should perform their roles at home. Once a teen’s roots are purely strong, it’s almost impossible to trouble anyone around them. Parents should as well be cautious about their kids’ gadgets and the internet.

If everyone focuses on their role, this might’ve a great deal on rectifying the situation.

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