EL RUFAI AGAIN!!! ORDERS DIRECTORS PERM SECS, COMMISSIONERS TO WITHDRAW THEIR KIDS FROM PRIVATE SCHOOLS AND PUT THEM IN PUBLIC SCHOOLS

Governor Nasir el-Ru­fai of Kaduna State has stopped senior civil servants in the state from send­ing their children and wards to private schools.images-60
The directive will be en­forced from the next academ­ic session.
Ahead of the time, the af­fected government functionar­ies have been directed to with­draw their children and wards from private schools and pre­pare them for admission into the public schools.
In an interview with The AUTHORITY, the Commis­sioner for Education, Prof. An­drew Nock, said that plans have been concluded by the state government to restore public schools to their past glory.
According to him, “the state government has given order to all directors to withdraw their children from private schools to our own schools” with a view to improving teaching and learn­ing in the schools.
On the failed attempts by successive administrations to implement similar policy, Nock said that “our government is not like the previous ones. What we will do is to monitor it to en­sure that this order is carried to the latter.”
The commissioner said that as part of the efforts to revamp education in the state, 15 pub­lic secondary schools have been converted to boarding schools with effect from the next ses­sion.
He named the schools as Queen Amina College, Kadu­na; Government Girls Second­ary School, Kawo; Government Technical College, Malali; Bare­wa College, Zaria; Girls Sci­ence Secondary School, Kwoai; Government College, Kagoro; Government Girls Secondary School, Soba; Government Col­lege, Saminaka; Rimi College, Government College, Kaduna, Government Secondary School, Kachia; Government Girls’ College, Zonkwa and Govern­ment Secondary School, Giwa.
Nock recalled that some of the schools were original­ly boarding institutions before they were converted to Day Schools.
To this end, Nock said “plans are underway to reno­vate and upgrade the hostels, library, clinics facilities and to­tal landscaping of the schools to give them an aura of academic environment.”

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