The state commissioner for training, technology and technology, Olasunkanmi Olaleye, said that Governor Seyi Makinde-led government is still assessing the scenario.
Report additionally has it that the commissioner, however, cited that the state’s faculties remained open with students in SSS3 continuing instruction for WASSCE.
The minister of education, Adamu Adamu, had on Wednesday, July 8, cited that the secondary college college students getting ready for his or her very last examinations might no longer be capable of return to school any time soon due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Talking with reporters in his workplace, on Thursday, July 9, on the modern federal authorities’s function, Olaleye stated that the state become additionally watching out for the reaction of the West African Examinations Council (WAEC) to the improvement.
Whilst acknowledging that WASSCE changed into a essential part of schooling for all students within the nation, Olaleye pointed out that the kingdom would make its position recognized based on its assessment of the triumphing situation. While pointing out that the federal authorities’s directive changed into specially for its faculties, Olaleye stated the country’s faculties remained open in compliance with COVID-19 protocols.
I listened to the federal minister of training and he become emphatic about FG faculties. We’ve got resumed in Oyo state and you have to have seen the extent of compliance to COVID-19 protocols by way of our schools.
In case you visit our schools, you’ll see that our senior students are still studying and the education for WAEC is ongoing. The examination is a part of academic improvement. So the nation authorities will investigate the situation in particular because of the fact that WAEC is an fundamental part of academic development subsequently it can not be ignored.
“WAEC is a local exam that entails 5 nations so we are awaiting the reaction of WAEC. The kingdom government will then determine the situation,” Olaleye said.