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Disappointed Netizen Asks Why Students Are Instructed To Fetch Water & Wash Rugs in School

A disappointed netizen asked why young students are instructed to fetch water, wash rugs, and to perform other chores in school.

A Facebook user named Alexah Dela Austria has posted the photos of Grade 7 students fetching water from a deep well and washing rugs before the class begin. She expressed her sympathy for the school children.

Austria said that at first, the students used to fetch water from the river without knowing that there is a deep well near the school. The lady also expressed her dismay since the school children looked tired before attending their respective classes.

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The disappointed netizen also questioned why students need to fetch water and wash rugs since they are sent to school to learn and improve their academic skills. She also refused to give the name of the teacher.

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The scenario in not new in public schools experiencing problems with water and electricity. Teachers usually asked the help of some students to maintain the cleanliness of their classroom.

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However, Austria’s post garnered various reactions from the online community:

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