Ogun Teachers told to deliver qualitative education - NEWS FRONTIER DAILY


Wednesday, September 15, 2021

Ogun Teachers told to deliver qualitative education

By Gbonjubola Alao & Adeniyi Akinbobola

*Professor Abayomi Arigbabu, Education Commissioner

The Ogun State Public Secondary Schools witness a major turnout of old and new intakes for the 2021/2022 new academic calendar, as teaching and none teaching staff were on ground to carry out their official obligations to the students.

The Chairman Teaching Service Commission (TESCOM) Evangelist. Olalekan Ifede while monitoring the principals and teachers in the first day of resumption alongside other management staff at Remo, Ijebu, Yewa and Egba division of the State, charged them to deliver good and qualitative knowledge to the students,

 He noted that over ninety percent of teachers and Principals were on ground in all the schools visited to carry out their official duties, saying that the laid down instruction by the State Governor, Prince Dapo Abiodun that teachers should resume a week ahead of resumption was strictly adhere to.

 While calling on principals and their vice to always encourage the non- teaching staff and N-Power teachers by carrying them along in the scheme of things, the Chairman urged the N-Power teachers to be more committed and ready to take up more responsibilities. 

 Speaking, the Principal, Mayflower Secondary School, Ikene, Mrs. Matilda Olayinka said teachers were fully prepared to receive the students with their lesson plans intact, promising that they would put in their best to ensure that government policies at revamping the education sector is fully implemented. 

 Schools visited include, Abeokuta Grammar School, Idi- Aba, African Church Grammar School, Ita-Eko, Babtist High School, Ilaro, Emmanuel Commercial Junior High School, Sagamu High School, Mayflower School, Ikene, Odogbolu Grammar School and Odogbolu Comprehensive High School. 

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