World Teachers’ Day: SUBEB Boss Pledges Support To Teachers

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Oyo SUBEB Boss has pledges Continue support for the teachers.

News Rain Nigeria reports that Oyo State Government has said that it will continue to provide an enabling environment for teachers to thrive in Oyo State.
Oyo State government through the Office of the Executive Chairman of the State Universal Basic Education Board, Dr. Nureni Adeniran made this disclosure on behalf of Governor Seyi Makinde, during the World Teachers’ Day Celebration.

World Teachers’ Day: SUBEB Boss To Teachers

Dr. Adeniran said Government would also ensure uninterrupted payment of allowances to teachers, while initiates benefitting training for teachers.
Adeniran said, “Teachers are one of the most influential forces for equity, access, and quality in education. Engr. Seyi Makinde’s administration places much emphasis on human capital development.
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“We will give more attention to training and re-training of teachers in order to enhance their capacities for effective service delivery,” he said.
He also said the State Government would not rest on its oars in providing incentives to teachers, especially in the rural areas to encourage young talents to join the teaching profession.
The SUBEB boss also assured teachers that the State Government is progressively addressing some of the fundamental issues of teachers and education in the state.
He also used the occasion to commed the teaching the State for their commitment towards ensuring that the State achieve its set goals in the education sector.
He said, “I commended the efforts of the Nigeria Union of Teachers, Association of Primary School Head Teachers and other bodies who pursue teachers’ professionalism in a bid to strengthen teacher quality.
He added that to revitalize the sector, there was a need to unleash the potentials for socio-economic development.
He stressed that revitalizing the sector had given rise to the training and re-training of teachers, adding that the process would be extended to teachers in the rural areas.
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