QUALITY EDUCATION: PARENTS ENJOINED TO PLAY THEIR ROLES

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A call has gone to parents to do the needful on matters pertaining to their wards, as the State government on its part would not relent at ensuring that quality education is delivered.

The Special Adviser to Ogun State Governor on Primary, Secondary and Technical Education, Mrs. Ronke Soyombo, made the call during an assessment visits to schools, to ascertain their level of compliance to 2019/2020 Second Term resumption, noting that, apart from the low attendance in most of the schools visited, students in the Senior Secondary Schools were yet to pay for their West African Examination Council (WAEC) fees.

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She said payment for the examination had to be made in earnest, to prevent their wards from missing the examination, advising parents to pay up the fees which the State Government was already augmenting.

The Special Adviser reminded that these children were the leaders of tomorrow and their future must not be toyed with, charging the pupils to improve on their reading culture to ensure all round success, as the examination date draws nearer.

Schools visited included; Adeoye Lambo Memorial Grammar School Obada oko, Owiwi Nursery and Primary School amongst others, in Ewekoro Local Government Area of the State.


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