Posted on Thu 29 Oct 2020, 12:52 PM

Kano State Government has urged proprietors of private schools to reduce school fees by 25 and 30 per cent for the 2019/2020 Third Term academic session.

The state’s Commissioner for Education, Sanusi Kiru, stated this in a statement signed by Aliyu Yusuf, the Public Relations Officer of the ministry, on Thursday in Kano.

Kiru said the ministry was considering cancellation of the Third Term session, if the school proprietors remained adamant to reduce the fees.

He said the measure was imperative in view of the economic realities ocassioned by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Posted on Tue 4 Aug 2020, 03:35 PM

Private and public secondary schools in Ogun on Tuesday reopened for students in the exit class in compliance with the directive of the state government.

The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that the government had on March 19 ordered closure of schools in the state as part of measures to check the spread of COVID-19.

Various schools in the state had resorted to online method of teaching to ensure that their students continued to learn.

Posted on Wed 14 Jun 2017, 02:19 PM

Oludayo Tade, Ibadan

Minister of State for Education, Prof Anthony Anwukah, on Tuesday sent warning message to proprietors of private primary and secondary schools in Nigeria that the Federal Government will no longer allow recruitment of unqualified and  unregistered teachers in their schools as from next year.

The moves to check the influx of unqualified and unregistered teachers, according to him, started with public schools in the country last year and very soon, the crusade would reach the private schools.

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