2021 NECO TIMETABLE


Welcome To Www.ExamWeapon.Com


Click On Our Answer Page Below And Enter The Pin: "PIN 5555"



home
Home
home
JAMB
home
WAEC
home
NECO
home
NABTEB

 


Click Here To View Our 2021 WAEC And NECO Daily Subscription Price List


Click Here To Join Our Official 2021 WAEC/NECO WhatsApp Group


Hurry Up And Subscribe To Us And Save Yourself From Hungry Scammers Out There.If You're Interested In Our 2021 NECO Midnight Questions And Answers Simply

CLICK HERE NOW





GOOD NEWS: Federal Ministry Of Education Implements Template For Safe School Reopening

GOOD NEWS: Federal Ministry Of Education Implements Template For Safe School Reopening

GOOD NEWS: Federal Ministry Of Education Implements Template For Safe School Reopening


Minister of State for Education, Chukwuemeka Nwajiuba has disclosed that the Federal Government has developed the safe school readiness template to accommodate a unified approach to the re-opening of schools.
Federal Ministry of Education implements template for safe school reopening Nwajiuba mentioned this during a meeting with stakeholders from the Northwest zone on the readiness for safe re-opening of schools organized by the United Nations Childen’s Fund (UNICEF), with support through the UNICEF Girls’ Education Project Phase 3 (GEP 3), Foreign Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO).
He stated that the safe school reopening template has some key roles and shared responsibilities to be played by relevant stakeholders at the national, state, local government and school levels, adding that synergy is necessary for a successful implementation.

The Minister added that mechanisms have been put in place to discipline states or schools that violate the safe school reopening template. Reacting to this, Governor Abdullahi Ganduje of Kano State said the meeting was held to determine the level of states’ readiness in ensuring the safety of school children. The Chief of UNICEF Field Office, Rafid Saleh had earlier pledged the body’s support to the federal and state governments to ensure schools were safe and ready to provide a secure and supportive learning environment for all children in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic. Others at the meeting include Commissioners of Education and Health, Chairmen of State Universal Basic Education Board Directors from Kano, Katsina, Kaduna and Jigawa..

0 Comments

Post a Comment

Post a Comment (0)

Previous Post Next Post