A new idea implemented by young people with the National Institute for Human Rights is to write motivational phrases to encourage students to commit to studying and urge them to strive for progress. It is not written on the interior walls of the school yard and its internal corridors but on the classroom seats. The students loved the idea and wanted to redecorate their classrooms with drawings and illustrations of their subjects similar to schools in developed countries to give the class a spirit and make it an attractive environment for the student.





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