Lagos provides education officers with tools for efficiency

The 2022 Education Conference, has posited that for Lagos State to achieve a 21st-century educational system, local government educational officers must perform in consonance with modern systems.

This statement was made at the conference with the theme: ‘21st Century Education Administrators’, at NUT Pavilion in Ikeja.

It was organized by the Conference of Heads of Education and Library Services Department of local governments.

Chairman of the Local Government Service Commission, Kamal Bayewu, noted that having a robust primary education system rests on the capabilities of these officers.

“These education officers are in charge of our education in the unified local government system; they take care of the Education and Library Department, oversee the primary schools and J.S.S.3 under the local government, and make policies that will affect and impact the grassroots.

“But they cannot give their best without improving themselves. That is why this conference is important to remind them of the need to learn, unlearn and relearn, and go back to improve the educational system in their councils,” he said.

Also, the Permanent Secretary in the Local Government Establishment Training and Pensions Office, Abiodun Bamgboye, noted that the conference provides a platform for the officers to discuss issues, and and and challenges, and build relationships for a positive change.



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