The Lagos State Authorities have moved to take disciplinary actions in opposition to private and non-private faculties that did not resume on January 4, 2022, permitted date as they frowned on the non-compliance with the stipulated educational calendar by a few of these faculties.
This was made recognized in an announcement titled, ‘LASG frowns at non-compliance with educational calendar by some faculties’, issued by the Director-Common of the Workplace of Schooling High quality Assurance (OEQA), Mrs Abiola Seriki-Ayeni, the place she mentioned the state authorities has begun the compilation of names of those who refused to adjust to the Tuesday, January 4, 2022, resumption date.
Seriki-Ayeni maintained that a part of the mandate of the Workplace is to develop a harmonised faculty calendar along side stakeholders within the training sector and guarantee compliance, stressing that the monitoring train embarked upon by the officers of the company was to appraise the extent of compliance with the resumption date, college students’ presence and Covid-19 security protocols.
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Seriki-Ayeni, who revealed that some faculties disobeyed the directive, defined that the 12 months 2021/2022 harmonised faculty calendar was developed along side stakeholders in June 2021 to make sure uniformity within the training system.
She mentioned the settlement was communicated to all faculties and associations to make sure equal instructional requirements and studying techniques and expressed reservations over the non-compliance with the permitted resumption date by some faculties.
She mentioned, “Final time period, it was noticed that regardless of intensive sensitisation on the significance of getting a synchronised faculty calendar, many faculties refused to adjust to the mid-term break as mandated in accordance with the tutorial calendar.
“Throughout our latest train to watch the extent of compliance with Tuesday 4th January, 2022 resumption date, we noticed that the extent of compliance was low. We’re going to notify the colleges that haven’t adhered to the tutorial calendar with ‘Discover of Non-Compliance’ stickers and difficulty letters of invitation to the Directors to go to our workplace in Alausa the place additional disciplinary actions will probably be taken.’’
She emphasised the necessity for all faculties, private and non-private, to adjust to the tutorial calendar in an effort to make sure that an equal system of studying in all faculties in Lagos State is achieved.
Seriki-Ayeni, subsequently, urged faculty homeowners to speak successfully with dad and mom to arrange their wards early for resumption, stating that it takes a whole time period to arrange for an upcoming time period.
The Director-Common additionally implored faculty homeowners to concentrate on values in faculties and interact dad and mom, college students and workers on the necessity to come to highschool ready in an effort to have a robust begin.
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Recall that in December the Lagos State Authorities directed all private and non-private main and secondary faculties within the state to renew for the second time period within the 2021/2022 educational session on Tuesday, January 4, 2022.
It, nonetheless, acknowledged that each one boarding college students throughout the state are anticipated to renew on Monday, January 3, 2022, in preparation for the tutorial actions.