TEACHERS’ EVALUATION CATALYST FOR STANDARD EDUCATION – OGSG

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Ogun State Government says it will continue to focus on teachers’ training and evaluation to improve the standard of basic education in public schools across the State.

The Secretary, Ogun State Universal Basic Education Board (SUBEB), Mr. Wasiu Kuye, disclosed this when he led the Education Quality Assurance team on a monitoring exercise to some public primary schools in the State.

Kuye noted that, regular evaluation and improved teaching skills among teachers was aimed at ensuring better service delivery, which he said would bring better impartation of knowledge on the pupils.

“When teachers are evaluated and given needed follow-up on their performance, it will help check their weaknesses and sustain their strengths”, he said.

Speaking further, Kuye said the evaluation was a periodic exercise that helps in forming the values of judgement and educational status, noting that it would ensure accountability, to both the society and the education system.

The Head Teacher, St. John R.C.M School, Lafenwa Abeokuta, Mrs. Sekinat  Oduola, gave kudos to the monitoring team, saying prompt assessment of schools would enhance brilliant academic performances and motivate diligence at work.

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Addressing teachers of St. Peters Anglican School I and II, Isara, the Director, Education Qualitative Assurance, Mr. Michael Kuyoro implored them to work in compliance with the scheme of work and maintain a clean environment.

Ogun State Government says it will continue to focus on teachers’ training and evaluation to improve the standard of basic education in public schools across the State.

The Secretary, Ogun State Universal Basic Education Board (SUBEB), Mr. Wasiu Kuye, disclosed this when he led the Education Quality Assurance team on a monitoring exercise to some public primary schools in the State.

Kuye noted that, regular evaluation and improved teaching skills among teachers was aimed at ensuring better service delivery, which he said would bring better impartation of knowledge on the pupils.

“When teachers are evaluated and given needed follow-up on their performance, it will help check their weaknesses and sustain their strengths”, he said.

Speaking further, Kuye said the evaluation was a periodic exercise that helps in forming the values of judgement and educational status, noting that it would ensure accountability, to both the society and the education system.

The Head Teacher, St. John R.C.M School, Lafenwa Abeokuta, Mrs. Sekinat  Oduola, gave kudos to the monitoring team, saying prompt assessment of schools would enhance brilliant academic performances and motivate diligence at work.

Addressing teachers of St. Peters Anglican School I and II, Isara, the Director, Education Qualitative Assurance, Mr. Michael Kuyoro implored them to work in compliance with the scheme of work and maintain a clean environment.


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