Monday, November 08, 2010

Unknown future awaits

As Papua New Guinea’s schools put out more leavers, spaces at higher institutions will run short, prompting the need for more tertiary and skills training institutions. 
This was the message highlighted to Kilakila Secondary School Grade 12 students who graduated last Friday. 
While some will continue their education in the formal system, others will be left to make it out on their own through the vocational and other life-skills training institutions or through extended studies programmes. – Nationalpic by EKAR KEAPU

1 comment:

  1. This is most discomforting on the education front. I can only hope for the best for Papua New Guinea students in this uncertain time.