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Foundation to reward outstanding teachers, schools with cash gifts


Mrs. Oluwakemi Adewoye, Head of Meadow Hall Foundation

Meadow Hall Foundation, the non – profit arm of Meadow Hall Group has concluded arrangements for the second edition of its ‘Education Convention and Inspirational Educator Awards (INSEA)’.

The convention provides an opportunity for teachers, school owners, parents, government officials, policy-makers and other stakeholders to gain fresh perspectives on pertinent issues concerning the sector from interactions with teachers and experts.

The theme for this year’s convention is “Addressing the quality question in the education sector”. It is expected to draw about 500 stakeholders and is set to hold on April 21 at Landmark Event Centre, Victoria Island, Lagos.


According to the Head, Meadow Hall Foundation, Oluwakemi Adewoye, the group is committed to advancing the educational outcome of the Nigerian Child by enhancing teaching quality, changing mindsets about teaching and advocating for the teaching profession.

“To this end, the Foundation focuses on training and equipping teachers and also rewards exceptional and inspirational teachers and school leaders who go out of their way to better the lives of the pupils in their care through the Inspirational Educator Awards (INSEA).

“The INSEA is a merit-based award aimed at elevating the teaching profession and motivating teachers and school leaders to continue to strive for excellence in their profession. The award is open to teachers in public or private schools. (Primary or secondary).

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