CHP Ankara Deputy Lightning RockTenth visit of 21 village institutes was made at Samsun Ladik Akpinar Gram Institute. “Despite all the objections from teachers, it would be unreasonable to compare the rights granted to teachers in the ‘Village Institute Act’ with the teaching profession law, which was passed by Parliament and published in the Official Gazette on February 14, 2022,” Kaya said.
Samson Ladik is on his tenth visit to the Akpinar Village Institute, one of 21 village organizations listed by CHP Ankara Deputy Yildirim Kaya and the accompanying CHP delegation led by CHP Chairman Kamal Kilikdaroglu. During Kaya’s visit, TBMM National Education Culture Youth and The game The members of the commission are Mughal deputy Suat Ozkan and Urdu deputy Mustafa Adiguzel; Samsun Deputy Kamal Jebek, Samsun Provincial Deputy Chairman Phillies Oztopal, Ladik District President Ozgur I, LADR Samsun Branch President Mahir Sansi, New Generation Village Institutes Samsun Branch President Emin Kirbiyik, representatives of various unions / associations.
Keya made the following statement at the end of the visit:
The Akpinar Village Institute was opened on June 1, 1940. The name Akpinar Gram Institute is derived from the spring water from his land. The name of the member of the municipal committee who donated the land to establish the school The school was founded on 1250 daycare land, inside the school buildings, The game Area, accommodation, movie theater, bath, coupe, barn, agricultural area were built. Animal husbandry and agriculture were done. Nurettin Birij is the first director of the Samsun Ladik Akpinar Village Institute. Later, Enver Kartekin, Kemal Ustun, Enver Metinar and Ahmet became the principals of the Ektmel School. 917 have graduated from Akpinar Village Institute and 3872 teachers have graduated from primary school since 1954. Samson CHP Deputy Kamal Jebek is among the graduates.
“We are asking to open schools in 20,000 villages. Why? Why are rural institutions hidden in the law?”
We have been saying that AKP should reopen 20,000 village schools which have been closed for years. Why? Because there are hidden laws related to rural institutions! Village Institute Act No. 3803 was adopted by Parliament on April 17, 1940 and came into force on April 22, 1940 after its publication in the Official Gazette. In accordance with the Village Institute Act; Village teachers are trained in rural institutions. It is established in places where there is large land suitable for agriculture. It trains professionals for the village. It is established by the Ministry of Education (Ministry of Education). Healthy, intelligent, poor, orphaned village children who have completed full-time village primary school are admitted to their institution. The collection period is at least five years. Those who finish school and are employed as teachers have compulsory employment for twenty years in the place prescribed by the Ministry of Education. Otherwise, they cannot be employed in other state offices and institutions. Teachers who have graduated from Grameen Institute do all kinds of teaching and training work in the village where they are assigned. They guide the villagers with facilities like exemplary fields, vineyards, orchards, workshops, which they will create to carry out agricultural activities in a scientific manner and ensure that the villagers benefit from them. The Ministry of Education recruits teachers graduating from rural institutions with a monthly fee of 20 Lira. The wages of those who serve successfully are increased to 30 lira at the beginning of the 6th academic year and 40 lira at the beginning of the 15th academic year. The salaries of these teachers are paid quarterly in advance and four times a year, the monthly wages of the teachers and the travel expenses required to go to the place of duty are paid from the budget of the Ministry of Education. Those who graduate from rural institutions are paid 60 lira from the budget of the Ministry of Education and for a time, they spend their personal equipment in the month of starting their responsibilities. Teachers graduating from rural educational institutions are provided free of cost in the state, equipment for production, improved seeds, farm animals and saplings, keeping in the fixtures of schools where rural teachers are employed. The schools in which the village teachers are employed are purchased from the land suitable for agricultural work within the village boundaries as per the village law and sufficient land is allotted for the livelihood of the teacher and his family and for the lessons of the school students. If the village has state-owned land, the land allotted for the school is separated from them. In schools where village teachers are to be recruited and teachers’ houses are to be built, by the village council of rural elders in accordance with rural law under the supervision of the first education inspector of the area and the traveling headmaster. The plan and situation given by the Ministry of Education is communicated to the villages where teachers will be recruited three years ago. Measures were taken accordingly in the village budget. The school building and the teacher building were completely completed before the teachers started working.
“Teachers’ problems are like mountains, and the main reason is the value attached to teachers and education.”
Today the problem of teachers is like a mountain, the main reason is the value given to teachers and education. Despite all the objections of teachers, it would be useless to compare the rights granted to teachers in the Teachers’ Professional Law, which was passed by Parliament and published in the Official Gazette on February 14, 2022. Village Institute. In the power of the people; We will solve the problem of teachers. There will be no village without schools, no students without teachers. Akpiner Village Institute; It is the first teacher’s school since the 1953-1954 academic year. In the 1970-1971 academic year, the high school portion was extended by 4 years and became a vocational high school. From the 1974-1975 academic year, it was transformed into a teacher’s high school. In the 1975-1966 academic year, the last teacher graduated. In the 1983-1984 academic year, it became an institution that trained students for faculty. It was transformed into the Anatolian Teachers High School in the 1989-1990 academic year. In 2014, its status was changed to Akpana Science High School. “