Ondo charges Schools’ Principals on productivity

Ondo charges Schools’ Principals on productivity

By Bukola Olamona
Principals of secondary schools across Ondo State have been advised to ensure productivity in the discharge of their duties bearing in mind that success or failure in the educational system is as a result of their actions and inactions.

Commissioner for Education, Science and Technology, Mr Femi Agagu gave the charge while declaring open a two-day workshop organised by his ministry for secondary schools principal across the state

At the workshop with the theme “Management and Leadership Training ” held yesterday at Aquinas College, Akure, Agagu said administrative effectiveness of any principal impacts on his or her teachers’ productivity.

Represented by the Permanent Secretary of the ministry, Rev Akin Asaniyan, Agagu said the workshop will provide necessary skills required to combat the challenges faced by the school administrators

He said the theme of the workshop was thoughtfully selected so as to adequately address some notable challenges militating against the educational system and ensuring that principals in the state are further exposed to current and workable techniques in the 21st Century.

In his welcome address, the Permanent Secretary who was represented by the Director, Inspectorate, Chief Olusola Akande said the training is geared towards further revitalising the education system in the state.

Asaniyan called on the principals to endeavour to discharge their duties with every sense of responsibility without laxity and ensure that skills that are acquired at the workshop are replicated in their respective schools.

Ondo State Chairman of All Nigeria Conference of Principals of Secondary Schools, (ANCOPSS), who is the Principal of Ilaje High school, Igbokoda, Mr Johnbul Mebawondu  commended the state government for the workshop.

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