China News Service, January 22 (Ren Jing) Recently, the Office of the Education Department of Henan Province issued a notice requiring education departments at all levels to urge every student to sign the "Commitment to Refuse to Participate in Discipline Training During Winter Vacation". , voluntarily included in the student's personal management file.
As soon as the move came out, the public was in an uproar.
It is true that since the implementation of the "double reduction", it has been severely cracking down on discipline training that is carried out in violation of regulations. The current epidemic prevention situation in Henan is severe, and there are many domestic reports of clustered cases in training classes. "Double reduction" superimposes epidemics. .
But it's a bit of an overkill to put it in the student file.
The original intention of governing discipline training is to help children reduce their schoolwork burden and regain their lost childhood. It is not to make supplementary lessons a potential risk that affects children's further education and future work, and the responsibility for illegal training should not be borne by students.
First of all, in the face of make-up lessons, children do not have many opportunities to choose independently, and whether to make up or not to make up is often only a matter of parental thought.
The essence of education is to educate people, and people-oriented should be the starting point of all educational policies. To manage the long-established concept of supplementary courses, we should address both the symptoms and the symptoms and implement comprehensive policies. Threats and pushes students.
Secondly, it is necessary to think deeply about why there is still demand and market for supplementary courses under the "double reduction"?
Governing the deformed educational ecology requires deepening the reform of the examination system, scientifically improving the talent evaluation system, improving the quality of classroom teaching in the field of education, promoting the equalization of high-quality educational resources, and alleviating parents' educational anxiety.