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I agree with Vikram.


On Wed, 16 Sep 1998 00:43:43   planck wrote:
>This will not work.  the teacher needs confidence that he will be
>employed. he needs pension benefits. Even the good teacher needs
>permanence and comfort that the school willbe his employer and that his
>children will be taken care of. 
>Incidentally, has anyone checked how many teachers children want to
>teachers? How many teachers want their children to be teachers?
>that the best of  teachers dont get paid enough  is well known. Is there
>another reason?
>> In the summary sent in the prev. mail:
>> read:
>> ... These accounts, as well as funds allocated, will be published on the
>> internet annually. One of the conditions of the receipt of funds will be
>> that [all employees of the school, including teachers, be on 3-year
>> contracts renewable by the management of the school, with no pension or
>> other obligtions from anyone.]
>> also:
>> * Govt. will [partially] fund [but not manage] selected private,
>> non-profit bodies, to set standards in various sectors and administer
>> exams wherever necessary.

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