Provost seeks adoption of world standard in teaching

The Provost, Adeniran Ogunsaya College of Education, Oto/Ijanikin, Lagos State, Prof. Bidemi Lafiaji-Okuneye, has said the adoption of world standard in the teaching profession is key to solving the challenges in the country’s education sector.

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Lafiaji-Okuneye said this at a press briefing organised by the College to review the activities of the school.

She said, “As a College, we strongly believe in adopting world standard in the teaching profession not only to take the lead in rebuilding Nigeria but also to fix the mammoth of challenges confronting the education system of our dear nation. We are determined more than ever to transform the College to the Teachers Institute that we all desire.”

“Given the increasing growth and rapid development of the College, the management was quick to adopt total quality management, spiced with creativity and originality to objectify its mandates.

 “Unlike what used to obtain in the past, today, there is standard road network within the College, courtesy of the Lagos State Public Works Corporation facilitated the Special Adviser to the Governor on Education, Mr Tokunbo Wahab.”

The Provost noted that the academic calendar of the College had been uninterrupted since January 2020.

“Similarly, with the newly adopted proactive security approach, cultism and other vices among students have been significantly curtailed.

 “However, I wish to reiterate as always that cultism is a criminal case and Government is doing all it could to curb this menace. Against this background, anyone caught involved in cultism or related activities will be prosecuted by the government including staff,” she said.

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 “As the College is preparing for its 39th and 40th joint convocation ceremony, all arrangements are in top gear for the adoption of the College ICT Centre as JAMB Centre from the next edition of JAMB examination exercise,” she said.

(Source:The Punch)

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