Abuja (Sundiata Post) – The Nasarawa State government on Wednesday vowed to shut down private schools lacking qualified teachers and proper facilities. https://sundiatapost.com/fg-beefs-up-security-in-schools-ahead-of-resumption/
This was made known by the chairman of the State House of Assembly Committee on Education, Danladi Jatau, noting that the move is aimed at ensuring that private schools within the state meet established educational standards.
He explained the importance of adhering to due process and maintaining high educational standards, stating that the committee will visit private schools across the state in the course of the assignment.
Jatau asserted that the committee is determined to promote and uphold quality education in the state, adding that no society can achieve significant progress without a strong foundation of sound education.
“This committee will visit private schools across the state and will not give room to anybody to establish school without following due process. https://sundiatapost.com/fg-soon-to-close-down-sub-standard-secondary-schools-minister/
“How can one establish a school/schools without facilities and qualified teachers? We will order for the closure of any private school or schools without standard.
“This committee will ensure that quality education is provided in the state as no society will achieve meaningful progress without sound education,” Jatau said.