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(HaberTürk Newspaper, 4 November 2017)
Always fun, but this time with a bit of an incentive.
In Izmir's Bergama district, Yunus Kazak, the principal at a high school
where 650 students attend classes, was faced with the problem of students'
parents failing to attend PTA (Parent Teacher Association) meetings. His
solution was to offer them a computer tablet.
It worked! Previously, at most, 50 or so parents would attend the PTA
meetings, afraid that they would be harassed for money from the school's
administration or be told unflattering things about their children. This time,
with the lure of the tablets, 350 people came to the meeting.