ALLOW me to respond to an opinion shared by Lynette Joseph in her letter to the editor, which blamed early childhood education teachers for poor SEA results. While I agree with the writer that many teachers ought to be held accountable in the performance of their duties, to measure a teacher’s success by the SEA examination or the literacy of children solely is very unfair and misleading.
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Not that SEA results are an accurate measure of education goals, but in the absence of any other objective measure, let us use it as an example. When last do we remember seeing one of the top SEA performers interviewed not flanked by two proud parents?
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