1. Situation Analysis
1) Institutional constraints: A middle school in Daejeon, Korea
- The school is located in a small new town, where most of the students live. Many of their parents are engaged in official duties, and recognize well the importance of their children’s education.
- The school was designated for the English specialized school by Deajeon Education Office. Give
Finally, if we cannot afford to open this high school, our town will have a serious problem with the number of unemployed youths who graduate from middle school with nothing to do. If they cannot find good jobs, they might be tempted to commit crimes, use drugs, or, if they are girls, engage in prostitution. Giving these children another option would both save them and help society.
CHILD POPULATION 65,623,800
About 8,795,320 children in the age group 5-14 are engaged in child labour in Indonesia
CHILDREN OUT OF SCHOOL
In 2001, 2,049,100 children in the primary school age group of 7 - 12 were out of school
국제적 관심 및 지원 요인
국제기구의 정책 및 재원 지원 부족
국제적 지원에 대한 정부의 협력 미흡
engaged myself in extracurricular activities. From 1995 to 1998, I was elected president of the International Politics Class, a departmental student association responsible for the management of academic studies, extracurricular activities, student orientation programs and other student affairs. Serving as president of the association, I was closely involved in the communication and collaboration
engaging in political activities, and supported the Education Ministry’s dismissal of 134 unionized public school teachers. He also vowed that he will cut the unqualified, corrupt bottom 10 percent of teachers and push for more gifted schools and self-governing private high schools. Supporting dismissal of 134 teachers and his slogan of “Teachers also need a competition” seems to be the mai