KDSG procures 326 mobile teaching aids and intervention laboratories for science teachers
Written by News Room on December 20, 2021
The Kaduna State Government has procured 326 mobile teaching aids and intervention laboratories for science teachers in basic and secondary schools in the state.
The Commissioner for Education, Hajiya Halima Lawal, made this known in Kaduna on Saturday at a one-day training on the use of the equipment to promote science education in the state.
Lawal, who was represented by Deputy Director, Special Education, Mrs. Aisha Mohammed, explained that the 326 teaching aids, invented by the Federal University of Technology, Minna (FUT Minna) would be distributed to 276 secondary schools across the state.
She said that the provision of quality, equitable and accessible science, technical and vocational education remains priority of the Kaduna State Government.
She pointed out that to achieve this noble objective, the state requires an effective, functional, and productive education system through the provision of modern teaching and learning facilities.
The commissioner recalled that the government had in 2019 procured and distributed 460 units of the multifunctional mobile science teaching aids to 361 schools.
According to her, the tremendous improvement in the teaching and learning of sciences in public schools informed the decision of the ministry to procure more of the equipment for its effectiveness and portability.