Akeredolu clarifies remark prohibiting teachers from enrolling their children in private schools

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Akeredolu clarifies the memo prohibiting teachers from enrolling their children in private schools, #Akeredolu #objasnuže #připomínku #zakazuje #učitelům #zapisování #dětí #soukromé #školy Welcome to BLOG 50MIND SHere’s the latest broadcast news and trends we’ve got for you today: :

Ondo State Governor Rotimi Akeredolu has on Monday discredited the claim by Mr. Victor Olabimtan, Chairman of the State Universal Basic Education Board that teachers in the state are required to enroll their children in public schools.

In a statement, Olabimtan disagreed with the attitude of some teachers who send their children to private schools at the expense of state public institutions.

“Teachers will now be held accountable for any drop in primary school enrolment,” he said. However, the governor denied the report in a statement issued by his Chief Press Secretary, Mr. Richard Olatunde, adding that there was no such thing. regulation requiring teachers to enroll their charges in public schools.

The statement highlighted the state government’s commitment to education, noting that there is no law in the state that prohibits teachers from enrolling their children in private schools or any other school of their choice.

Our attention was drawn to a news report with the headline above that has been circulating, especially on social media. It is essential to educate the public and provide clarification on the claims attributed to the Rt. Hon Victor Olabimtan, SUBEB Chairman.

The Ondo State Government, led by Governor Oluwaroti Akeredolu, SAN, has undoubtedly invested significantly in the state’s education system, especially in the primary and secondary schools. Colleges and universities are included. The corruption that existed in the state’s public schools before the Akeredolu governorship election is fast disappearing. Moreover, it increased the number of students enrolled in most institutions.

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