The Deputy Secretary-General of the United Nations, Ms Amina Mohammed, has referred to the lecturers as nations to place them at the centre of their educational reform plans.
In a video message to mark World Teacher’s Day, Mohammed said in a statement that teachers are the backbone of all schooling systems and the key thing to ensure high quality and inclusive schooling for all.
‘We as lecturers for school education, lecturers should be at the centre of the law. ‘Whether the disaster (epidemic) has been downplayed on the gentle is, for hundreds of thousands of learners, lecturers additionally a lifeline.
‘He said that the support and solidarity of these lecturers in COVID-19 is a sense of cooperation that we should all embrace and sacrifice,’ she said.
The Deputy Secretary-General of the United Nations commended UNESCO and UNICEF, the worldwide labour organization for education, for working collectively to give the world’s views to the inevitable lecturers and various school staff. Such cooperation, he noted, is dangerous.
Such cooperation, he noted, now badly wants the COVID-19 disaster to stall the world’s efforts towards sustainable development objectives.
According to her, the pandemic “hazards study disaster in the disaster of learning a correct COVID after studying a prior COVID.’
‘At the inauguration of the new session of the General Meeting, world leaders urged greater world solidarity to be better than this disaster and ship the SDGs with a sustained and bold pace for a decade’.
‘Many referred specifically to the momentum on schooling, recognizing that it is certainly one of our greatest tools for advancing peace, human rights and all 17 SDGs’.
‘The United Nations house, working with our partners, will go on to assist lecturers from all over the world.
‘We are sure that their voices are heard, and their expertise is better suited to take advantage of 21st-century studies and the most recent information for the past. Mohammed mentioned, ‘ Allow us to decide to leave an instructor behind. (Naan)“.