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Minister speaks, Education problems beyond infrastructure

Minister speaks, Education problems beyond infrastructure The problems militating against education are beyond the provision of infrastructure or funding, the Minister of Education, Prof. Ruqayyatu Rufa’i, has said. Rufa’i stated

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Minister speaks, Education problems beyond infrastructure

The problems militating against Education are beyond the provision of infrastructure or funding, the Minister of Education, Prof. Ruqayyatu Rufa’i, has said.

Rufa’i stated this in Abuja yesterday at the Ministerial Platform organised by the Ministry of Information in commemoration of National Democracy Day and first anniversary of President Goodluck Jonathan’s administration.

She said the factors largely responsible for the decay in the Education system included poor reading culture on the part of the youth, lack of proper mentoring of children from early childhood and poverty.

The Minister decried the high rate of examination failure in schools, describing it as an embarrassment to the country.

She said the key issues identified as hampering the growth of the sector would be addressed in the four-year strategic plan (2011-2015) formulated by the ministry.

According to her, the issue of access/equity and standard/quality assurance which are critical to the development of Education would be addressed with the successful implementation of the strategic plan.

The Minister noted that provision of infrastructure and funding of institutions would be baseless if the enabling environment through good governance and utilisation of such funds was not provided.

She said the ministry was currently collating data that are critical to planning, adding that the Federal Government was working in collaboration with the states to ensure the development of the sector as 90 per cent of schools were under the state governments.

“We are also working with States’ Universal Basic Education Boards to address girl-child Education as well as access and quality issues at all levels.”

Rufa’i urged the private sector to complement government efforts to developm Education in line with global practice.

“Government cannot go it alone. Allowing government alone to fund the sector is part of the problems we are facing in the development of education.”

On security on campuses, she said the ministry was collaborating with security agencies and managements of institutions to ensure security in the schools.

The Minister of Information, Mr Labaran Maku, underscored the importance of Education for the development of other sectors.

“Education is a huge national project. It is a sector where everybody is involved and this ministry has done a lot in this sector.

“The investments and performance alone cannot achieve the desired results; teachers too cannot perform miracles and so the bulk of the work is in the hands of parents who should make the initial input from the scratch.”

Minister speaks, Education problems beyond infrastructure

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