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    Shortage of Teachers for USJ1 - SJK(c) Chee Wen(2007 school session)

    Err buddies...Orchi has just been alerted that there would an acute shortage of teachers allocated by the Ministry of Education...for USJ1 SJK(c) Chee Wen Primary School...in 11 days when the 2007 school session begins on the 2nd of January 2007.

    In 2007 session...SJK(c) Chee Wen would have 36 classes in the morning session...n the recently approved 16 additional classes in the afternoon session...

    ALL in the school n the students would need as many as 85 teachers to attend to the classes n activities for about 2,500 students...around 750 of which would be starting school in Standard 1 classes...

    Pending remedial initiatives n actions from the relevant departments in the Education Ministry...should there be NO improvement gained within the next 11 days by the Ministry...SJK(c) Chee Wen would begin the 2007 school session...with a shortage of over 30 teachers...!

    So...it is important that the thousands of parents to these childrens should be aware of this serious problem before hand...that they childrens would be facing when the school starts in 11 days time.

    They should exercise all attempts to stay calm and cooperate with the school's PIBG board's...n the school's administration's existing on going efforts...to seek out all available avenues to resolve this problem amicably with the Education Ministry for the sakes of their childrens' education...

    Hence Orchi is seeking the assistance from ALL forumers...to kindly assist Orchi to spread the awareness to as many as parents as possible...that you know who have their childrens attending to USJ1 SJK(c) Chee Wen Primary School from 2/1/2007...TQ!

    Here's Orchi's beef...

    It is BAD enough that the school is still short of achieving the initial target of adequate fundings for the school building funds since 2003...

    It is BAD enough that the school is also still short of much needed funds in its expansion plans to complete...a multi purpose hall with additional classes to accommodate growing numbers of NEW student intakes...yearly.

    It is BAD enough that the school is now frantically trying to find contributors to donate about 50 drawer cabinets n other necessities for the teachers' working desks...n other facilities at the school...

    It is BAD enough that ALL of the school's existing furnitures n fittings...computers...blackboards...tables n stools...apparatus...sports equipments n administrative tools at the schools...are ALL obtained in 2nd Hand used conditions to begin with...which were mostly donated by the previous contributors...

    It is even WORST to learn that...the school has HAD previous experiences of facing the similar acute shortages of teachers(to the lesser extent)...annually in the initial stages by the start of the school sessions in the past...

    n now...the school would soon be facing an acute shortage of more than 30 primary school teachers...

    ALL THIS is happening in the self proclaimed "Developed State" of Selangor Darul Ehsan...of a nation which is heading on its course to being declared as a "Developed Malaysia" by Vision 2020...

    Syabas Negara Ku...

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    Thanks for the alert Orchi.

    How can we help? What kind of assistance is needed?

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    Err buddies...there are few actions that the affected parents(or concerned folks) could consider to take...

    Plan A:

    1. In the next 10 days or so...try to inform as many parents as possible to prepare them with the problem of the school facing short allocation of teachers by the Ministry of Education(which is beyond the control of the school's administration...n the PIBG(PTA) board.

    2. To organize a parents' signatures campaign with the school's PIBG(PTA) board to gather as many signatures as possible from the affected parents...n submit a memorandum to the relevant department of the Education Ministry...

    Plan B:

    1. To seek IMMEDIATE assistance n actions from state assemblyman(Datuk Lee Hwa Beng)...n Member of Parliament(YB Loh Seng Kok)...the head of MCA(Datuk Seri OKT)...the head of GERAKAN(Datuk Seri Lim Keng Yik)...or the SG of DAP(Lim Kit Siang) by blasting 1000 sms to EACH of them...from the affected parents...

    2. To organize a Press Release by inviting the various press reporters to the school to cover n highlight the problem with the shortage of school teachers at USJ1 SJK(c) Chee Wen...in the nationwide newspapers n TVs...to demand IMMEDIATE remedial actions from the Education Ministry.

    3. To protest...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shaneburger
    Thanks for the alert Orchi.

    How can we help? What kind of assistance is needed?
    Err buddies...at the meantime it would help a great deal if anyone could be kind to provide the mobile phone numbers of

    1. Datuk Seri Lim Keng Yik(GERAKAN)...

    2. Mr. Lim Kit Siang(DAP)...

    3. Datuk Seri Hishamuddin(UMNO Youth President cum the Education MINISTER)...

    Orchi has the other mobile phone numbers of LHB(MCA)...LSK(MCA)...n OKT(MCA)...

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    Orchi, thanks for the heads up. I registered my kid for the 2008 intake - when registered, I was informed that the MoE had already approved the allocation for additional teachers. But I guess words and actions are two very different matters.

    If you need my signature on any petition, just lemme know.

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    Err buddies...thanks for the understanding...one can imagine how confused n disappointed the parents n childrens would be...to find NOT only with the shortage of school facilities...but also shortage of teachers...!

    n here's Orchi's additional beef...

    1. Would ANY national primary or secondary schools be faced with similar shortages...of facilites n TEACHERS...?

    2. Would ANY national primary or secondary schools be faced with HIGH demands of new students enrollment...? Which national school?

    3. Would ANY national primary or secondary schools be faced with HIGH teacher per students ratio...? say 1:55...? Which national school?

    4. Would ANY national primary or secondary schools be built MAINLY with funds donated by Private individuals n Corporate companies...???

    5. Would ANY national primary or secondary schools be accommodating HIGH numbers of students...packed like sardines in classrooms...???

    Please TELL or correct Orchi...!

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    Is the school allowed to hire teachers without going through the education department ? This is of course not the point as the department should send the teachers. But for the acute situation, what is the choice ?

    Why is such a situation occuring ? Does it mean that now some of the classed have to be combined and now there will be 100 students to a class ?

    What kind of developed state is Selangor ? Perhaps our Yoyo, sorry, Toyo can explain.

    All this is driving the people towards the opposition if the ruling party cannot deliver.

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    Quote Originally Posted by orchipalar
    ...Would ANY national primary or secondary schools be faced with similar shortages...of facilites n TEACHERS...?
    The answer is a resounding No. The idea is to force the people to enrol their kids into national schools for the purpose of racial integration. And that is all so wrong but there you go.
    It's better to be poor than to be rich. The rich always have to fear becoming poor, but the poor never have to fear becoming rich.

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    Thanks Orchi for the info. I have just contacted the president of Subang Jaya/USJ SJK(C) Development Committe's President William Chua pertaining this matter. He said he has been aware about this issue but not the exact figure of the teachers that falls short since the headmaster refused to inform about it.

    Should any parents wish to contact William for info of any further actions, kindly contact him at 012-339 6751.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sugarfree
    The answer is a resounding No. The idea is to force the people to enrol their kids into national schools for the purpose of racial integration. And that is all so wrong but there you go.
    So wrong...and yet seems so right to the others.

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    Quote Originally Posted by orchipalar
    to demand IMMEDIATE remedial actions from the Education Ministry.

    3. To protest...
    one word - SLOW

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sugarfree
    The answer is a resounding No. The idea is to force the people to enrol their kids into national schools for the purpose of racial integration. And that is all so wrong but there you go.
    Why is that all so wrong? Isn't the idea is to promote racial integration?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JoeJaffar
    Why is that all so wrong? Isn't the idea is to promote racial integration?
    because racial integration wrongly advised by the parent.they will never realize.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JoeJaffar
    Why is that all so wrong? Isn't the idea is to promote racial integration?
    The racial integration idea is good. The supposedly implementation method is wrong.
    It's better to be poor than to be rich. The rich always have to fear becoming poor, but the poor never have to fear becoming rich.

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    the source of this problem is younger generation not interested in becoming teacher... this is so sad...
    what the school needs to do now is to find more temporary teachers to ease the problem first.

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