NAPPS seeks policy to improve quality education
The National Association of Proprietors of Private Schools (NAPPS) has urged governments to embrace policy decisions that will not only improve the quality of education but also ensure sustainable growth and development for a better future for all.
President of NAPPS, Yomi Otubela, gave the charge, yesterday, during a conference held in Ibadan, Oyo State.
Otubela, who said that education would remain the catalyst that would bring about the desired change and transformation we all craved in the country, urged the government at all levels to invest heavily in education and create a conducive environment for private investors to partake and thrive in education sector to enable the nation to reap the benefits of quality education.
Similarly, Commissioner for Education, Science and Technology, Abiodun Abdu-Raheem, who was represented by Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Education, Delani Binuyo, said the teaching profession should not be seen as the last resort to replace joblessness.
Abdul-Raheem, while commending the proprietors for their voluntary time and resources towards building the lives of others, urged the stakeholders to find solutions to examination malpractices.