Monday, 03 October, 2022

Is An Offence For Public School Teachers To Enrol Their Biological Children In Private Schools – Ondo Government


Is An Offence For Public School Teachers To Enrol Their Biological Children In Private Schools – Ondo Govt

Ondo State government has warned public school teachers in the State to desist from enrolling their children and wards in private schools.

The government said it has become an offence for any teacher in public schools to do that following the dwindling number of pupils in public primary schools in the State.

Speaking through the chairman of the State Universal Basic Education Board (SUBEB), Hon. Victor Olabimtan, the Board frowned at the development despite the efforts of the present administration to make the public schools attractive to both students and their parents.

“Hon. Olabimtan noted that the teachers will henceforth be held responsible for any drop in schools’ enrolment.

“The SUBEB chairman condemned in strong terms the attitude of some teachers taking their biological children to private schools and ruled that it has become an offence for any public school teacher to take his/her wards to private schools.

“Olabimtan said the Ondo state government will not relent in its efforts at upgrading school standards as well as its personnel.

Ondo State government has warned public school teachers in the State to desist from enrolling their children and wards in private schools.

The government said it has become an offence for any teacher in public schools to do that following the dwindling number of pupils in public primary schools in the State.

Speaking through the chairman of the State Universal Basic Education Board (SUBEB), Hon. Victor Olabimtan, the Board frowned at the development despite the efforts of the present administration to make the public schools attractive to both students and their parents.

“Hon. Olabimtan noted that the teachers will henceforth be held responsible for any drop in schools’ enrolment.

“The SUBEB chairman condemned in strong terms the attitude of some teachers taking their biological children to private schools and ruled that it has become an offence for any public school teacher to take his/her wards to private schools.

“Olabimtan said the Ondo state government will not relent in its efforts at upgrading school standards as well as its personnel.

Is An Offence For Public School Teachers To Enrol Their Biological Children In Private Schools – Ondo GovtOndo State government has warned public school teachers in the State to desist from enrolling their children and wards in private schools.The government said it has become an offence for any teacher in public schools to do that following the dwindling number of pupils in public primary schools in the State.Speaking through the chairman of the State Universal Basic Education Board (SUBEB), Hon. Victor Olabimtan, the Board frowned at the development despite the efforts of the present administration to make the public schools attractive to both students and their parents.“Hon. Olabimtan noted that the teachers will henceforth be held responsible for any drop in schools’ enrolment.“The SUBEB chairman condemned in strong terms the attitude of some teachers taking their biological children to private schools and ruled that it has become an offence for any public school teacher to take his/her wards to private schools.“Olabimtan said the Ondo state government will not relent in its efforts at upgrading school standards as well as its personnel.

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