“Guarantee the right to live” Teachers on the street sing a memorial song and tear their eyes

People from all over the country gathered in memory of an elementary school teacher in Seocho-gu, Seoul카지노, who made an extreme choice.

A national assembly of teachers for the memory of teachers in the early 00’s and for the right to survive was held in the afternoon of the 22nd in the Bosingak area of ​​Jongno-gu, Seoul. It is a memorial meeting in which teachers voluntarily gathered on social network services ( SNS ) without a host organization. Individual teachers who felt a sense of the problem about this incident, not hosted by the teacher union or teacher group, voluntarily gathered.

Attendees wore black clothes and black masks to commemorate the teacher who died. Participants from Seoul, Gyeonggi, Daejeon, Mokpo, and other regions filled exits 1 to 6 at the intersection of Jonggak Station on Seoul Subway Line 1. The police controlled one lane in front of Bosingak and prepared additional seats for attendees to sit.

Participants, including former and current teachers and exchange students, held up signs that read, “Guarantee the right to live for teachers,” and shouted slogans such as “We urge you to find out the truth,” “Guarantee teachers’ right to education,” and “Let’s protect teaching rights.” Teachers who made their remarks that day demanded not only to find out the truth about the case of the dead elementary school teacher, but also to guarantee the human rights of teachers and improve their treatment.

Participants in the rally shed tears as they listened to the free speech of fellow teachers who had similar experiences to the teacher who made this extreme choice.The National Teachers and Education Workers’ Union (KTU) also paid tribute to an elementary school teacher in Seocho-gu, Seoul, who went to the extreme in front of Gwangtongyo Bridge in Cheonggyecheon, Jongno-gu, Seoul. Jeon Hee-young, chairman of the Korean Teachers and Education Workers Union, said, “I urge the education authorities and the National Assembly to come up with practical measures to guarantee the collapsed right to education.”

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