Ruhangiz Goyushova, the parent of one of the students studying at Khazar University's Dunya School, sent a letter to other parents. The text of the letter is as follows:
I want to express my resentment and disapproval of the letter, which a group of parents published on social networks and addressed to the government. At the beginning of the discussion of the issue of discounts, I noted that it would be wrong to impose this issue on public discussion. But the group of parents decided to go all the way. What are you trying to achieve? Is it worth spoiling the relationship for a discount of 500 manats? Most importantly, are your children happy with your behavior? They aren’t senseless and they see everything very well. You have evaluated the hard work of teachers who are committed to educating your children, worth hundreds of manats. Our school gives maximum results for a minimum fee. Can you find a school in Baku that provides IB program for this amount and of such quality? The private school has the right to operate according to its own rules, and dissatisfied parents can expel their children from school.
I don't have any relations to school, I'm just a parent like you. But unlike some parents I see the advantages of the school. I kindly ask parents who support the school to send me their consent by mail (firstname.lastname@example.org) encouraging our teachers and school administration by writing a letter emphasizing all the merits, as well as the quality of our school.