Edo State government has trained additional 1,200 teachers and head teachers as part of efforts aimed at strengthening EdoBEST, the revolutionary basic education reform programme introduced by the Governor Godwin Obaseki-led administration
Edo State Governor, Mr. Godwin Obaseki, has said government’s sustained investment in technical and vocational education will facilitate industrial growth and economic development in the state.
Education experts at the 28th Nigerian Economic Summit have tipped the EdoBEST method as capable of tackling learning poverty and deprivation among children across Nigeria.
Students from Edo Basic Education Sector Transformation (EdoBEST) programme schools were the cynosure of all eyes as they dazzled local and international investors with their presentation at the recently concluded Edo State flagship investor summit, Alagodaro, in Benin City.
A delegation of the World Bank has indicated that Edo Basic Education Sector Transformation (EdoBEST) is adequate for holistic transformation of basic education service delivery in states across Nigeria.
Edo State Governor, Godwin Obaseki, has commended ICT giant, MTN Nigeria for its immense support to the state and its contribution to the success of the Edo Basic Education Sector Transformation ..
Yet, in many low and middle income countries, the teaching profession is in a critical condition. UNESCO estimates a shortfall in teachers in sub-Saharan Africa alone of 15 million. Worse, those teachers struggling to help their students have little or no support. “Many teachers do not have access to quality training and continuous professional development…
After a successful implementation of Edo Basic Education Sector Transformation, (EdoBEST 1.0), the state government has launched EdoBEST 2.0 to address issues in senior secondary and technical education.
As the 2022/2023 academic session begins, all 306 state-owned junior secondary schools (JSS) have been incorporated into EdoBEST programme as the Universal Basic Education Board (SUBEB) trains additional 1,446 teachers, head-teachers and principals statewide.
5 May 2022
Basic education in Edo state experienced three exciting changes in the first quarter of 2022.
21 Apr 2022
The World Bank defines its mission in two ways - to end extreme poverty and to increase shared prosperity. With education a proven way to increase income for individuals and prosperity for whole societies, one way the Bank seeks to fulfill that mission is to seek out, support and invest in programs which transform education…
6 Apr 2022
Across Edo state, lessons are being learnt as government-owned primary schools mark inter-house sports and cultural day season. So colourful and exciting are the events that they have been described as occasions where the old meets the new. This is in keeping with the philosophy of EdoBEST in schools which promotes not just academic laurels…