Cooperation from 3 Ministries for the Safety of Children's Education Process

Cooperation from the Ministry for the Safety of Children's Education Process
Cooperation from 3 Ministries for the Safety of Children's Education Process

The Ministry of National Education, the Ministry of Family and Social Services and the Ministry of Interior signed a Cooperation Protocol for Increasing Protective and Preventive Services and Measures Regarding the Safety of Children's Educational Processes.

Before the signing ceremony held at the Ankara Police Museum, Minister of National Education Mahmut Özer, Minister of Family and Social Services Derya Yanık, Minister of Interior Süleyman Soylu, President of the Union of Municipalities of Turkey Fatma Şahin visited the museum with their delegation.

Speaking at the ceremony held due to the protocol signed by Minister of National Education Mahmut Özer, Minister of Family and Social Services Derya Yanık, Minister of Interior Süleyman Soylu and President of the Union of Municipalities of Turkey Fatma Şahin, Minister Özer said that it is possible to complete the 2021-2022 academic year with face-to-face education without interrupting even one day. expressed their happiness. Özer thanked the Ministry of Internal Affairs, all local administrative chiefs and security forces for supporting the 20 million education family with their teachers and students to successfully complete this process.

Minister Mahmut Özer stated that the most permanent and sustainable capital of a country is human capital and underlined that the most important instrument used in making this capital qualified is education. Noting that education is a matter of national security for a country, Özer said:

“Under the leadership of our President, a huge investment has been made to make maximum use of this human capital from education. Comprehensive mobilizations were carried out in all our provinces and districts in every field from pre-school to secondary education, from secondary education to higher education. Together, we witnessed an investment that we had not witnessed in the history of the Republic, and we saw the results of this in a short time. We saw it in our schooling rates. In pre-school education, the rate of schooling at the age of 2000 was 5 percent in the 11s. Today it is 92 percent. Similarly, in secondary education, in higher education and in all fields, the children of this country have had all kinds of opportunities to access quality education where they are.”

Stating that the policies put into effect by the Ministry of Family and Social Services played a major role while all these were being implemented, Özer stated that the socio-economically disadvantaged segment and girls benefited most from the massification process in education.

Conservative citizens for a period said, “They don't send their daughters to school. Özer said that he was accused of saying that he was accused of saying that but no school was built, and that the problem of girls' access to education has also been resolved in the last 20 years and that today the schooling rate of girls exceeds that of boys.

Expressing that there is no country that offers education services to the children of its guests as it embraces the children of its own citizens, Özer expressed this at the World Education Ministers Summit in London, and said:

“From now on, as the Ministry, we will make great efforts to raise our children, in cooperation with other ministries, not only to compete with their peers, but also as young people who are fully human, at peace with their state and nation, who have internalized the values ​​of their geography, are happy to serve others, and have the potential to say something different to the world. This is the cornerstone of our current cooperation. We are trying to raise our children in a school climate where the morality of futuwwa arises. We do not have a single young person to sacrifice for any addiction, from substance abuse to internet addiction. We do not have a single young person to lose to terrorist organizations. We will fulfill our responsibilities in the construction of our future by cooperating, valuing our young people and having trouble with them, I hope by creating a much better school climate.”

Stating that they will enable 20 million young people to receive education in much safer environments than before, and that they will never leave them alone, Özer thanked everyone who contributed to the process.

Burn: We will make school matches with mobile teams

Stating that they will make school matches with the mobile teams established by the provincial directorates within the scope of the protocol, the Minister of Family and Social Services Derya Yanık said, “Our mobile teams will carry out special studies regarding the children reported by the school guidance units. We will deliver fast and appropriate solutions to all our children in our 81 provinces. We will carry out professional studies in order to ensure that disadvantaged children continue to school. If necessary, we will direct children and their families to appropriate social service models.”

Soylu: Our teachers are the most basic guarantors of our civilization codes

Minister of Interior Süleyman Soylu stated that there are four topics in the protocol in question: crime, violence and abuse, fight against addiction, safe education communication and education and security problems of foreign national children at school age.

Noble; Drawing attention to the fact that crime, violence and abuse are among the most fundamental security problems of the 21st century, he said, “Here, aside from preventing the issue with prevention, it is one of our main priorities to be felt, understood, detected and stopped from the moment it happens. Both our teachers and our guidance counselors are the most basic guarantors of our civilization codes. Their attention, the process they will put forth, is that they have the ability to be intervened and managed within the time frame where the events are blocked before they happen, but when the event occurs immediately. Then, rehabilitating it with the units of our relevant ministry and taking steps to completely eliminate that event should be considered as the most important chain steps of 360 degrees. he said.

Şahin: We gathered families and children in the gardens, 'How will the school be safe?', we studied this.

Fatma Şahin, Union of Municipalities of Turkey and Mayor of Gaziantep Metropolitan Municipality, said that for a country's city to be safe, its borders must first be secure, and the state provides this trust.

After the speeches, the protocol was signed by Minister Özer, Minister Yanık, Minister Soylu and President of the Union of Municipalities of Turkey Şahin.

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