Federal Government has resolved to improve quality education and encourage skills acquisition in the Nigerian education sector by developing curriculum in Senior Secondary Schools.
The Executive Secretary, National Senior Secondary Education Commission, NSSEC, Dr. Benjamin Abakpa who this disclosure during a courtesy visit on the Executive Secretary, Nigerian Education Research Development Council, NERDC, in Abuja recently said the Senior Secondary Education Curriculum must be appropriately developed to serve the interest of the nation.
Abakpa said that exposing students early to the trade subjects would enable the students to be self-reliant, and as well help them meet societal needs.
In his response, the Executive Secretary, Nigerian Educational Research Development Council, Prof. Ismail Junaidu said that the implementation of the developed curricular of the 34 trade Subjects in the Senior Secondary Schools nationwide had been in place for the past 11 years.
Junaidu said that the Council had initiated the process for the review of the Curriculum, and further consultation with the stakeholders in the areas that needed to be reviewed.
The NSSEC boss, therefore, pledged his unalloyed support for the implementation of the developed curricular in the Senior Secondary Education subsector to complement the federal government’s effort in reducing the out-of-school children syndrome in Nigeria.
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