Resumption: Education commissioner lauds Delta schools for compliance (

Resumption: Education commissioner lauds Delta schools for compliance


The Delta government has described the level of compliance of teachers and students to resume the third term school calendar as impressive.

The commissioner for secondary education, Rose Ezewu, stated this while monitoring the resumption of schools for the third term academic activities across the state.

Ms Ezewu reiterated the resolve of the Delta government to articulate measures toward sustaining the effective implementation of the academic calendar without hindering teaching and learning in schools.

The state government has continued to prioritise the education sector in the state and teachers should show more commitment in the discharge of their duties.

The essence of the monitoring visit was to ascertain the level of commitment of teachers and students, she said.

Ms Ezewu added that teachers were critical stakeholders in the education system, urging students to imbibe reading culture in order to perform well in all examinations.

The commissioner for primary education, Sunday Onoriode, who monitored school resumption in various public primary schools in Delta, said the state government gave the education sector the needed boost.

Mr Onoriode urged teachers to redouble their commitment to reciprocate the state governments kind gesture in transforming the sector.

He expressed satisfaction with the enthusiasm and determination of teachers and pupils to commence teaching and learning.

Students should imbibe reading culture to excel in examinations, and teachers should discharge their duties religiously for the benefit of the students, stated the commissioner.

Augustine Oghor, permanent secretary in the Ministry of Basic and Secondary Education, expressed satisfaction with the population of students and teachers in the schools.

Mr Oghoro said that it was heartwarming that most schools had commenced classes.



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