The executive director of education think tank, African Education Watch, Mr Kofi Asare has said indiscipline in schools have been rising due to an external interference where heads of institutions takes decisions and are been reversed by their higher authorities.
He made this comment when he was speaking on the issues of the SHS students who through their insubordinate actions vandalised school properties, used vulgar languages on the president and other indecent behaviours on GHOne TV.
Mr Kofi Asare said "until we leave the schools for headmasters and headmistresses to manage and stop the micro management of our schools, we cannot hold any head of an institution accountable in any outcome of their management".
He stressed on the issue that all external factors including politicians to leave the heads of the secondary schools to fully operate.
He added that the moral system of Ghanaian society today is been decade and everyone is aware of it. He made it known that today, children don't respect the elderly because there is a moral degeneration in the society and that has more or less manifested in the schools.
Mr Kofi Asare explained that the school is a subset of whatever goes on in the society and society must accept that children are not been trained in the right way.
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