School Resumption: Ogun Trains 4,000 Head Teachers Ahead Of Schools Reopening

No fewer than 4,000 head and assistant head teachers of public primary schools in Ogun State have been trained on coronavirus safety measures ahead of the full reopening of schools in the state.
Speaking while flagging-off a 5-Day Pre-Resumption Education Leadership summit, organised via Zoom by the State Universal Basic Education Board (SUBEB) entitled ‘Goodbye Yesterday’, the State Governor, Prince Dapo Abiodun, reiterated his administration’s commitment to ensuring an improved educational sector in the state.
Abiodun said: “This administration is doing everything humanly possible to promote standards.
“We have provided several infrastructure and health facilities.
“This training is another representation of our commitment towards achieving a safer and healthier school re-opening after the COVID-19 pandemic lockdown.”
Earlier in his welcome address, the SUBEB Board Secretary, Mr Wasiu Kuye, said the training was a unique one for the head teachers, particularly at this period and that it would broaden their knowledge and skills for effective school reopening.

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