Papua New Guinea needs to orientate its education system to facilitate development of “morally sound and principled person or people” in our communities.
This would mean adoption of new curriculum for our schools and a whole new look in ways of teaching of our new generation.
Parliament Speaker Theo Zurenuoc said this when officiating at the recent inaugural Enga Development Forum (EDF) at Amapyaka Highlands Lutheran International School in Wabag.
“As I conclude, I wish to leave some of my thoughts and some challenges for you. While we plan to continue to develop our province and nation, we are faced with challenges. One of the biggest is corruption. Another is the general rise in lawlessness and disorder in our communities,” he said.
“I believe that lack of strong moral and ethical values and principles in our people have contributed a great deal to this phenomenon.
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