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Towards Creative Change in Palestinian Education
Ameria School Students Brief Jenin Governor on Pollution Issues
Ameria School Students Brief Jenin Governor on Pollution Issues
Jenin-Maan- 7th grade students in Ameria School in Jenin informed the governor, Qadura Musa, about the pollution issues and nuisance caused by the industrial workshops near the school, as part of their visit to the governorate, Sunday, within the context of project citizen and with Social Studies teacher Munir Yassin. 
The students expressed their annoyance due to the high noise and awful smells from the workshops, having negative implications on the students’ achievement and surrounding environment. 
The students, additionally, proposed numerous solutions including constructing a separation wall or limiting working hours in the factories to afterschool hours, via cooperation with the Educational Directorate and Municipality. 
On his part, the governor expressed his understanding and confirmed that there is an investigational study to relocate the factories to the outskirts of the city to preserve the environment and public health, adding that the procedure is currently under completion and continuous work is needed to accomplish an industry-free school environment.