They proposed that a photo of the premier distributing books with the slogan “Nation promises, quality education” be on the covers.
The recommendations were made at a meeting held at the Bureau of Non-Formal Education in Tejgaon with the committee chairman Motahar Hossain in the chair, according to a press release.
The committee also suggested computer labs be in every primary training institutions and transportation for those institutions.
The members asked how quality education can be provided given that there are around 2,500 vacant education officer or assistant education officer posts in 65,000 primary education institutions.
It was found that one assistant education officer has to inspect about 20 schools on an average every month.
“There is no alternative to regular inspection of primary schools,” Mohammad Ilyas, a member of the committee, told the Dhaka Tribune.