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Child Rights Practice Upsets Educator
By John Bropleh, LINA Maryland County Correspondent
HARPER, April 22 (LINA) - The Principal of Our Lady of Fatima High School in Harper, Maryland County, Mr. Lewis Seeboe, has expressed uneasiness over the practice of child rights in the society.
Principal Seeboe noted that this practice is hampering the preparatory process of the Liberian youth for future leadership roles.
Seeboe observed that child rights respect has produced “rude and indiscipline” students who lack respect for authorities nowadays.
The Liberian educator observed that students use this “so-called right” to refuse to do punishment in school whenever they do wrong.
The Fatima School principal made the disclosure Tuesday in Harper in an interview with the Liberia News Agency (LINA).
He therefore called on parents to help school authorities train students to whom the future leadership of the county will be entrusted.