For the sake of our children’s education, she argued, “the government should ensure the scale up of these approaches across states.” “This is a global era where digitalisation and technology rules,” she remarked.
On Wednesday in Lagos, Mrs. Yetunde Oluwatosin, the Education Specialist at UNICEF Nigeria, made the remarks to the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN).
Oluwatosin was discussing the agency’s FLN initiative, which stands for “Foundations in Literacy and Numeracy,” and is meant to improve pre-school education in Nigeria.
The UNICEF expert noted that comparable evidence was being used in other countries, specifically mentioning India as having a similar setting to Nigeria.
Oluwatosin advocated for increased funding for early childhood education and pushed the government to work more closely with UNICEF in this area.
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