Mega School will raise the level of education in Gombe – Official


1 The Gombe The government says it has created three mega secondary schools to raise the standard of education in the state.

2 Schools are established in Kaltungo, Dadin-Kowa and Dukku local government areas of the state.

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3 The mega-schools project was essential for the government. Inuwa YahayaThe will of the administration to reorganize the comatose level of post-basic education.

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4 The Education Commissioner, Mr. Dauda Batari said this in an interview with the news agency of Nigeria in Gombe on Thursday.

5 He said the state government has formed a task force committee to accelerate the successful start of the newly established mega-schools.

6 He noted that most senior secondary schools in the state lack basic facilities to facilitate learning and teaching environment.

seven The commissioner said the mega schools were designed with modern classrooms, laboratories, libraries and hostels, among others.

8 According to him, there are 559 and 155 middle and high schools in the state, adding that the high number of schools has made it difficult for the government to provide necessary infrastructure and other facilities.

9 “It is in this context that the government has created three mega-schools to improve access to quality education, encourage academic excellence and enable students to reach their full potential.

ten “Only students who passed the basic education certificate with high marks would be admitted to mega schools to guard against the compromising standard,” he said.

11 The commissioner revealed that the state government has also recruited 1,000 teachers to fill the manpower gap in the education sector.

12 He reiterated the government’s commitment to increase investment to facilitate infrastructure development and the provision of modern teaching facilities in schools across the state.

13 NewsSourceCredit: NOPE

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