Educational Stakeholders calls for more action to salvage Education in Nigeria.
Written by News Room on June 4, 2021
Educational Stakeholders have raised areas of concern that needs to be looked at and considered for recipients of Basic Education mostly importantly for the early learners.
Speaking with a member of the Coalition of Associations 4 Leadership, Peace, Empowerment & Devt- Calped, Nehemiah Isah, those in Authority need to go beyond the rhetorics and provide the requisite leadership for the sector.
In another view, the Public Relations Officer of the Young Men Christian Association (YMCA), Zinta Istifanus Apkokwu believes that personal commitments to give the best will translate to a greater good for the country’s educational system.
The Director of Education and Social Development in Chikun local Government Council, Zubairu Garba believes attitudinal change and more partnerships can change the Public Schools Story.
The concerned members from both the Private and Public sectors were unanimous that the educational system need to be re-energised and tailored with the best global practices.