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LHS boss tasks school owners on quality education


EducationThe Chairman, LHS Nursery and Primary School, Ota, Ogun State, Mr. Olawale Hassan, has challenged his co-school owners to provide quality education in their various schools in order to produce accomplished and ambitious young boys and girls of proven integrity to make significant contributions to the society.

Hassan, who said this in a chat with Campusnews, appealed to school proprietors and proprietresses at both the primary, secondary and tertiary levels of education to show more commitment to high standard.

The LHS school chairman noted that the nation’s education sector was set to regain its lost glory when school owners start to insist on sanity rather than allow exploitation and decadence to be the order of the day, thereby preventing the tragedy of churning out sub-standard graduates.


He counseled all school owners to make continuous professional development mandatory for the staff to ensure they consistently work hard to remain relevant to the system, as well as uphold a culture of encouraging the students to aspire to greater heights and be the agents of change in the society.

Hassan enjoined parents to support the school’s control mechanism and to endeavour to clarity issues with the relevant authorities where there are doubts, saying it was this partnership, based on mutual understanding and close cooperation, that could bring the best out of the young ones.

The LHS chairman, who expressed appreciation to the pupils’ parents for their love for the school, appealed to them to closely monitor the spiritual and academic progress of their children and wards, adding that such is the needed tonic in achieving the noble objective of transforming the lives of the students.

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