Middle school students in Anhui suspected to be interviewed by the head teacher because they did not buy the teachers selling software.

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 Middle school students in Anhui suspected to be interviewed by the head teacher because they did not buy the teachers selling software.


Recently, a number of students broke the news that Mount Holyoke middle school students did not buy online education courses, and members were interviewed by the head teacher. In April 23rd, a staff member of the Education Bureau of the Mount Holyoke County, Luan, Anhui, said that the school is now demanding that the school stop advertising the software in the campus. If a student regrets to buy it, the school needs to assist the sale company to do a good job of refunds. As for whether there are teachers forcing students to buy or interview, the staff said, a number of teachers have actively promoted. For students who are unfamiliar with the world, the constraints from teachers are still somewhat deterrent. Especially in the face of the whole class, a small number of students who do not buy do not love learning and have a certain moral lethality. Although this matter has been stopped and corrected, we must not let people think about it. Why do similar incidents emerge in endlessly? According to the relevant personnel, previously, the software seller held a symposium in the school to solicit the opinions of each class leader, but it was not compulsory, and the students bought it voluntarily. When the payment is paid by the squad leader and the sales company, there is no problem of teacher withholding. No matter whether or not we take back the deduction, we need to ask: who let software vendors enter the campus? When we talk about business, the sales side enters the campus instead of doing charity or losing money. Selling software is their most direct interest attempt. The problem is, schools are not stores. Why do they want to go in and figure out? Why should students sacrifice their learning time as the target customers of enterprises? Some schools seem to be falling into selling. Those who sell books sell ideas and sell goods. The so-called marketing books are the three and the last writers who are not well known. They cant wait to get into the school to sell books when they spend money. The so-called ideas, that is, some sensational speakers for the purpose of making money, take the pretext of carrying forward the traditional culture to give lectures to schools, and deliver filial piety today. Tomorrow, I will encourage you to be adversity, not to incite students to cry and cry. Some traditional culture is indeed worth continuing, but those moral abductions are passing on the variant values, so we must not be vigilant. As for merchandising, the sale of software mentioned in the report is an example. A little carding can be found that there are three characteristics of this kind of behavior. First, the marketers flag is very positive, at least it looks very mainstream, very tall; the two is that the salesman is good at bewitching people, especially for those school leaders who are not very discerning and eager for students to get high scores; and three, often make a pot full of spills and rotten. The stalls let the school clean up, and the potential consequences are borne by the students. This reminds me of the reminding of the writer Zheng Yuanjie. Zheng Yuanjie once sent micro-blog: in the first three months of school, it is the peak time for writers to enter the primary school to sell books under the guise of lectures. Zheng Yuanjie believes that the non standard campus signing, first, can not guarantee the quality of books, affect childrens reading interest; second, some merchants sign the number of signing in the book sales list in the school, affecting the order of the book market. How many of the so-called campus signings are right, sitting, and conscientious? Book signing should not enter the campus, and other business promotion should be blocked outside the school. The law of compulsory education clearly stipulates that the school shall not charge the expenses in violation of the state regulations, and may not seek the benefits by selling or selling goods and services in a disguised manner to the students. Schools are not allowed to sell goods, and people outside school are not allowed to promote sales. To earn money for students and to make money out of their profits, such businesses are unscrupulous and open up the door for unscrupulous businessmen. Such managers are also dereliction of duty. Schools are schools, and schools cannot be turned into shopping centres for students. Source: China Youth Net editor: Zhu Xiaodong _NBJS6126 The law of compulsory education clearly stipulates that the school shall not charge the expenses in violation of the state regulations, and may not seek the benefits by selling or selling goods and services in a disguised manner to the students. Schools are not allowed to sell goods, and people outside school are not allowed to promote sales. To earn money for students and to make money out of their profits, such businesses are unscrupulous and open up the door for unscrupulous businessmen. Such managers are also dereliction of duty. Schools are schools, and schools cannot be turned into shopping centres for students.