THE Government has been commended for introducing free education policy which eases the burden on parents, Yapus Yawaye said.
Yawaye, the head teacher at Pangia Primary School, said today government had taken on that burden and appreciated constitutional amendments making free education policy a reality for the elementary up to secondary level.
He said the Government should enact tough laws to penalise marijuana growers, sellers and consumers who are a bad influence on young children.
“If these laws are not done fast in parliament, the drug problem will derail the expected outcome of free education” said Yawaye.
He said onus was on the immediate guidance of the children, and parents needed to talk to their children because education was the key in changing lives of the kids and contributing towards the development of this country.
Yawaye said any parents wanting to support this call, was free to add or subtract for the good of their own children who could carry PNG into the future.
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