We’re committed to improving education standard – ODHA

By Roseline Okakah


The Ondo State House of Assembly has expressed commitment to improving the quality of education in the State.

In an exclusive interview with The Hope, the Chairman of the State House of Assembly Committee on Education, Kolawole Ologede, highlighted the activities of his committee aimed at ensuring quality education in the Sunshine State.

He cited extensive tours of schools across the state to assess their conditions and make recommendations to the government.

Ologede revealed plans to introduce a bill aimed at improving the educational sector’s standards and emphasized the importance of collaboration between the state government, the House of Assembly, and the Ministry of Education to achieve this goal.

“I have a bill concerning the education sector of Ondo State so that we can have quality and standards,” Ologede stated.

“My committee will do everything to ensure that Ondo State will be among the leading states in the country very soon in terms of education when I come up with the bill.”

“The committee is committed to providing a very good environment for children to learn.

“We have partnered with the state government through the Ministry of Education to achieve a better education standard,” Ologede added.

While noting that grey areas, such as the need for more teachers, would be adequately addressed, he expressed optimism about the future, mentioning Governor Lucky Ayedatiwa’s promise to recruit more teachers soon.

“I know that any moment from now, there will be more hands in the system so that we can achieve a better state of education in Ondo State,” Ologede said.

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Addressing fresh graduates, Ologede urged them to take advantage of the upcoming recruitment opportunities in the educational sector, emphasizing the societal responsibility of contributing positively to education.

Meanwhile, the portal for teachers’ recruitment by the Ondo State Universal Basic Education Board opened yesterday.

According to Prince Bolu Diesel Ajijo, the Director of Information and Public Relations for ODSUBEB, the recruitment exercise will span five days, starting on Tuesday, April 2, and concluding on Saturday, April 6, 2024.

Prospective applicants are urged to utilize the official recruitment portal, www.odsgsubeb.org, to submit their applications.

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