Stakeholders in Education

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Stakeholders in Education Introduction There are many stakeholders in education each of whom needs to play his role effectively in order to help all our children learn better and reach their fullest potential. This document spells out the roles of the respective stakeholders in education. The statements which are student-centered, outline the roles and qualities we expect of each stakeholder—the child himself, hisparents and family, his teachers, his Principal, MOE HQ, the Community, Business and Industry, the Alumni Association as well as the School Advisory/Management Committee—in helping the child learn and grow. With these statements there will be a common understanding of the the type of partnerships that can be undertaken and how the respective roles can be fulfilled. At the heart of these statements is the ultimate aim of helping all our children achieve the Desired Outcomes of Education. Students * Value education and want to learn, desiring to get the most out of the experience schools offer * Stand firmly by what is right, having understood what is right and wrong from parents and teachers * Respect authority and have a sound sense of civic responsibility * Work well independently and with others, with purpose, passion and pride in their work * Demonstrate spirit of caring and sharing towards others * Have identity and pride as Singaporeans Parents/Grandparents * Support schools in their efforts to educate the child * Take ultimate responsibility for the upbringing of their children/grandchildren and set good examples for them to follow * Instill a sense of responsibility in their children/grandchildren, helping them to become good citizens * Show care and concern for their children/grandchildren by being interested in what they do Teachers * Inspire love for Singapore in students * Care deeply for the
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