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  • Updated: May 26, 2023

EDO SUBEB To Meet Global Standard Of Learning Outcomes

EDO SUBEB To Meet Global Standard Of Learning Outcomes

Stakeholders of the Edo State Universal Basic Education Board (Edo SUBEB) have been urged on committing to the improvement of learning outcomes across the 18 Local Government Councils of the state under the EdoBEST programme to meet global standards.

The Executive Chairman of Edo SUBEB, Ozavize Salami, on Thursday, gave this charge on Thursday during the EdoBEST Stakeholder Engagement Session.

Salami stated that the state government has given priority to infrastructure in the education sector t the primary and Junior Secondary School levels under the EdoBEST reforms programme.

According to the Edo SUBEB Chairman, the session which had in attendance, Principals, headteachers, and Education Secretaries among others aimed at briefing school administrators on the data on attendance and lesson completion rate,

She added that it was also organised to familiarise them with the implication of the data on learning outcomes among students and school Key Performance Indicators (KPI).

“The Board aims to improve Key Performance Indicators, improve learning outcomes and intimate school leaders on the determined mode of retention and promotion for the new session,” she said.

Salami further stated that Edo SUBUB has supported teachers with teachers professional development opportunities, online certification courses and in-service training for teachers, Pedagogy coordinators, as part of its efforts at sustaining the EdoBEST programme. 

She noted that in the past five years, focus has been placed on key basic education sector performance indicators with a focus on enhancing teaching and learning quality in Edo classrooms.

“The schools are our result areas, so it is important that our schools are headed by competent people who are driven to improve learning outcomes.

“Delivering and sustaining basic education is very technical. There is a need to strengthen the role of the School-Based Management Committee members to drive the sustainability of the programme.

“Participants were selected because they are school leaders and major stakeholders. The aim of the engagement is to brief the leaders on the data on attendance and lesson completion rate and intimate them on the implication of not meeting Key Performance Indicators,” Salami explained.

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