Lagos government to increase comprehensive schools to 50

THE Lagos Government has uncovered plans to build the quantity of complete schools across the state from the underlying pilot of 12 schools to 50 by September this year to show responsibility and enormous venture of the government in preparing Lagos State school students to be independent and gifted.

Unveiling this at the sensitisation of partners on Lagos State Comprehensive School Program held at Adeyemi Bero Auditorium, Alausa, the Commissioner for Education, Mrs. Folasade Adefisayo expressed that the extensive school program which initiated in February is ready to lessen the pace of dropout in schools as certain students are disengaged with the standard scholastic educational plan yet really like to acquire different abilities.

She accentuated that this program would offer them equivalent chances to investigate their premium and train them to authority level. Mrs. Adefisayo clarified for partners including school principals, school backing and instruction quality confirmation officials across the state on the significance of incorporating thorough school program to the school educational plan.

"We found and saw that out of each 10 students owned up to JS1 simply three come to SS3, while only one student will ultimately succeed at the progress test," adding that it had come about to an expansion in student dropouts in Lagos State." According to the commissioner, the state government has laid out association with private and International organizations for preparing, temporary position open doors and business possibilities for the students.

A MOU was as of late endorsed by the Lagos State Government and City of Tampere in Finland. "As of now designs are on-going for a portion of the educators to venture out to Finland to student a comparative framework that works in that country", she added.

The Commissioner praised school principals for the exceptionally great outcomes in the last WASSCE focusing on that the exhibition of students with at least five credits including Mathematics and English has improved from 38.79% in 2020 to 79.64% in 2021. Adefisayo empowered the principals for additional positive outcomes as the enormous speculation by the government is clear in all schools across the State.

In a welcome location, the Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Education, Mr. Abayomi Abolaji peddled the responsibility of partners for the progress of the program. He noticed that the state government has furnished the pilot schools with the different framework expected to realize the recently settled program.


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