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Operation Flood II Some Constrains and Implications- A Comment

our children, and it is a matter of little wonder that many children fail to cope with the stressThe stress comes from the high rate of failure and the low chance of survival.3 In a highly competitive society that we are today, the school actively promotes a desire to leave others behind for the sake of self- survival As one learns and struggles to leave others behind, one is constantly dogged by the fear of being left behind, and ultimately oneself left out at some stage. The failure referred to here is not only what examination results award to large numbers of students at higher stages, but also the unhappy failure that children experience in their daily life and communication with the teacher in the classroom.

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