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Osun reverses Aregbesola’s single uniform, middle schools, retains Opon Imo Osun State Governor Adegboyega Oyetola 300x180

The Osun State Government on Monday abolished same uniform policy and other nine policies introduced to the education sector by the immediate past administration of ex Governor Rauf Aregbesola.
Although the government retained the ‘Opon Imo ’ initiative introduced by the same administration , it, however , cancelled the introduction of 4- 5 -3 -4 , which saw creation of middle schools and reverted to the national education policy of 6 -3 – 3- 4.
The state cabinet directed that all the reversed policies should take effect from the next academic session .
The decision of the cabinet was announced by Funke Egbemode , the state Commissioner for Information and Civic Orientation after the State Executive Council meeting .
Egbemode , who was flanked by the Commissioner for Education , Folorunso Oladoyin and Special Adviser to the Governor on Education , Jamiu Olawumi , explained that the cabinet considered 10 recommendations from those submitted to it by a panel led by Prof . Olu Aina , set up to review education policies of the past administration .
She said the cabinet reversed nine of the policies outright , adding that the ‘Opon Imo ’ education tablets would be enhanced and reintroduced to schools .
Other policies that the cabinet unanimously agreed to reverse included , return to previous names of the schools before renaming by government and revert to single sex schools those schools that had been turned to mixed schools among others .
Egbemode said , “ The council unanimously agreed with the expert report that the State of Osun should reverse to the 6 -3 – 3- 4 structure as opposed to the 4- 5- 3 -4 education policy .
“The council also agreed that the state will henceforth allow every school to return to its old -established and recognised public uniform.
“Another issue was the review of the current arrangement for managing new model high schools . The council agreed that the operations of the Omoluabi Education Services Limited would be wound up since it has not been fulfilling the mandate for which it is established .
“The council agreed that early childhood education be restored in the state and the state will employ well trained professionals to handle the early childhood education that was been suspended .


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Coronavirus forces ASUP to suspend planned strike




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The Academic Staff Union of Polytechnics(ASUP) has put on hold its planned industrial action because of the spread of coronavirus, which has resulted in the closure of tertiary institutions in the country.

The union said it had planned to embark on strike in April because of the inability of the Federal government to keep to agreements entered since 2010 as well as the avoidable shortcomings associated with the payment of February 2020 salaries in federal polytechnics through the Integrated Personnel and Payroll Information System.

ASUP President, Anderson Ezeibe, in a statement on Sunday said the union’s 97th National Executive Council meeting had resolved to embark on an industrial action after the expiration of a 15-day ultimatum issued with effect from March 18, 2020.

He said the ultimatum expired on April 3, 2020.

Ezeibe said that the union would embark on a nationwide strike action after the coronavirus pandemic crisis subsides in the country.

The statement reads: “As a consequence of the inability of the government to keep to agreements entered into with our union since 2010 as well as the avoidable shortcomings associated with the payment of February 2020 salaries in federal polytechnics in the country, our union’s 97th National Executive Council meeting had resolved to embark on an industrial action after the expiration of a 15-day ultimatum issued with effect from March 18, 2020. The ultimatum expired on April 3, 2020.

“Key aspects of our dispute with the government include; avoidable shortcomings in the deployment of the IPPIS payment platform in polytechnics in February 2020 salaries; non-payment of salaries in some state-owned institutions of up to 17 months; non-release of the agreed revitalisation fund in lieu of the anticipated implementation of the NEEDS Assessment survey report for public Polytechnics since 2014; Non conclusion of the renegotiation of the union’s 2010 agreement with the government; Violations of extant provisions of the Polytechnics Act (2019 Amendment) by governing councils of some Polytechnics; and others.

“The government through its agencies has remained insensitive to these issues over the years and has continued to demonstrate such attitude as seen in the delay in the release of March 2020 salaries of our members. By so doing, government has unwittingly encouraged the declaration of this impending strike action by our union.

“However, our union is concerned at the prevailing but unacceptable rate of the spread of the dreaded Covid-19 pandemic across the nation. Moved by the need to collectively arrest the growing spread of this scourge in our nation, the union has resolved to put on hold its proposed industrial action in deference to overriding national interest to resume at a more auspicious period.

“Encourage our members nationwide to play complementary roles to the extent of the deployment of their professional competencies as well as participating in safe community action efforts in the fight against the covid-19 pandemic.”


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No cut off marks yet for 2020 admission – JAMB




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The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board has said the cut-off marks for this year’s admission has not been fixed yet.

It urged Nigerians, particularly candidates, to disregard any cut-off marks being circulated by “fraudsters,” describing it as “fake.”

The board said this year’s cut – off marks would be decided at a stakeholders policy meeting that would be chaired by the Minister of Education, Malam Adamu Adamu.

JAMB’s Head of Media and Information, Dr. Fabian Benjamin, said this in a statement on Sunday amid reports that the board had adopted a cut-off mark for this year’s admission.

The spokesperson said the board has fixed the policy meeting for June 15th and 16th 2020.

He said: “Kindly disregard any cut off marks paraded by fraudsters. It is fake news.

“Cut off marks are decided at a policy meeting chaired by the Hon Minister of Education with all heads of tertiary institutions, CEOs of regulatory agencies in education and all other critical stakeholders in attendance.

“This meeting has been fixed for June 15th and 16th 2020 if all things being equal.

“Until this meeting is held no body can talk about cut off mark. Nigerians are advised to disregard any such marks being paraded.”

Meanwhile, the board has de-listed nine computer-based test centres (CBT) used in the conduct of the year’s Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination.

One of the CBT centres was de-listed for conniving with candidates to engage in malpractice during the conduct of the UTME.

The remaining eight CBT centres were de-listed for “technical deficiency” during the conduct of the examination which held on March 14 this year.

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