SUBEB warns teachers on lukewarm attitude


By Matthew Denis

The Kwara State Universal Basic Education Board (SUBEB) as one of its integral core values has commenced the routine monitoring exercise as Primary and Secondary Schools resume for the third term in order to enhance teaching and learning in schools.

The Executive Chairman of SUBEB, Alhaji Abdulkareem Jimoh Lambe  made the disclosure while leading other officials on the  monitoring exercise to some schools in Ilorin West Local Government Area of the state last week.

Lambe stressed the need for all teachers to be of good example to the students and pupils by being punctual, making it their first point of call to sign the time-book and being efficient on their jobs in addition to instilling morals in the future generation.

He told the schools heads that SUBEB is out to ensure all laid down rules and regulations are strictly obeyed by the teachers and pupils.

According to him, it is important that the new term begins with solid planning and effective teaching and learning processes.

The Chairman described the turnout in some schools as encouraging, adding that SUBEB will continue to instil discipline in Primary and Junior Secondary Schools teachers.

He urged the school heads to report any of their staff who failed to resume in the first week to report such to SUBEB for appropriate sanction.

On the list of the monitoring team with the SUBEB boss are; the Permanent Secretary, Permanent members and directors across schools Ilorin East, Ilorin  South, Asa and Moro Local Government Areas of Kwara State.

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