Wednesday, 2 November 2016

Many private schools don’t have qualified teachers,Kogi SUBEB boss alleges

Yahaya Bello
In spite of the irregular academic calendar of public schools, owing to incessant strikes, the quality of the teachers and level of instruction is still better, compared to what obtains in private schools, so says the Executive Secretary, Kogi State Universal Basic Education Board, Mrs. Justina Dolapo Abanida.
Abanida in an interview with newsmen in Lokoja, recently, cautioned parents against the dangers of being over confident in private schools, at the expense of public schools, as many have no qualified teachers.
“I must say the federal and state government are doing a lot having invested so much into basic education in a wider range. Textbooks are given to pupils free of charge in primary and junior secondary school.  Read more.....

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