Osun trains teachers

In a bid to ensure that Osun students excel in external examinations, such as the West African Secondary Schools Examination (WASSCE), the Adeleke administration is implementing measures to achieve this goal.

To this end, over 600 English language and Literature teachers across the State are currently undergoing a special workshop on effective teaching strategies.

Declaring the workshop open, Special Adviser to the Governor on Education, Teniola Lanlehin, stated that the training is the first of its kind in the state and a strategy to make the subject enjoyable in the classroom.

She urged the teachers to have open minds to learn new things, as they are expected to learn, unlearn, and relearn, as the state is committed to revitalising the sector.

Also, in his address, the Special Adviser to the Governor on School Monitoring, Akin Ajetunmobi, emphasized the state’s focus on having quality teachers. He advised the teachers to take full advantage of the training exercise and have a more positive impact on the students.

Similarly, the Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Education, Mr. Murtala Jimoh, urged the teachers to be attentive and show commitment during the training. He also advised them to contribute their quota to Governor Adeleke’s efforts to improve education in the state.

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