Goal is to provide teachers with better teaching and learning environment, says CM Arvind Kejriwal-Education News
Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal stated on Sunday that he wanted the city’s government schools to be the greatest in the world so that students from other countries come here to study.
Kejriwal assured teachers who had been abroad for training that he would continue to do so and that they had the backing of both the people of Delhi and the nation. “Some people consider it expenditure, but it is investment. I feel that you can construct four bridges less and four roads less, but we should provide the best exposure and training to our teachers. They will groom students who will build roads and bridges in the future,” he said. He lamented that others were trying to discredit them and claimed that those who perform good work are often targeted. “There are people who see our good work and feel jealous. They want to defame us. But I am not interested in party politics. If some BJP person or Congress person wants to improve the education system somewhere in the country, I will loan Manish Sisodia to them for a few days. We want to improve the education system of the entire country,” Kejriwal added.
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