Oyo to sanction schools for poor exam results

by Rachel Ogbu

Nigerian school pupils

Students and their teachers will have to seat up in Oyo State as the government on Wednesday said that any public school with poor performance record would be sanctioned.

According to reports, the state government reviewed the allowances paid to teachers for the extension classes to make sure of the smooth running.

The state Commissioner for Education, Adetokunbo Fayokun, spoke during an interactive session with principals of public secondary schools in the state, at Lagelu, Ibadan.

According to her, the state government has resolved to implement policies that can enhance the standard of education for all round development. Already, the state government had concluded the registration of candidates in state public school for May/June 2013 West Africa Secondary School Certificate Examination.

“Principals/teachers’ performances shall, henceforth, be judged by students performance in external examination. Any school with record of poor performance will be sanctioned appropriately,” she said.

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