According to Minister Henry Ori of Education, Science, and Culture (Minowc), we should seriously consider how long our children spend in school. “Practical subjects as well as training length are important considerations. The practical should also be taken into consideration, in addition to the theoretical. The years of study do not seem to be long; rather, they are formative.
The high school’s system has been examined. Compared to the current A, B, and C directions, there are more opportunities to build a child in terms of talents. “That a 12-year-old child has to make a choice has now shifted to 14 years old and that is not the impression that things take longer. More people need to be trained with practical experience. We need to stop keeping people in theoretical subjects for so long. People must be trained practically and quickly for the field.”