Education Commissioner Warns of Legal Action Against Students Attacking Teachers

Addressing School Violence

Hadiza Asabe Mohammad, the Commissioner for Basic and Secondary Education, released a statement, warning against the increasing incidents of student attacks on teachers.

The commissioner expressed strong condemnation for these attacks and emphasized the state government’s readiness to pursue legal action against the perpetrators.

Zero-Tolerance Stance

Highlighting the government’s zero-tolerance policy towards school violence, Mohammad stressed the need to address this alarming trend.

She underscored the adverse effects these attacks have on the safety of teachers and the overall learning atmosphere within the state.

Call for Respect and Empathy

Mohammad urged parents to play an active role in instilling values of respect and empathy in their children towards teachers and fellow students.

Recognizing the pivotal role of parental guidance, she emphasized the importance of teaching children the significance of respecting authority figures within the educational setting.

Parental Involvement and Reporting

The commissioner also advised parents to closely monitor their children’s behavior, urging them to be vigilant for any signs of aggression or violent tendencies.

Encouraging parents to report such behaviors promptly to the appropriate authorities, Mohammad highlighted the collaborative effort needed to curb incidents of violence within schools.

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