Many community members who restored 230 public elementary schools in Edo continued to praise basic education reforms in Godwin Obaseki staff.
Residents of some communities, talking to journalists, said that national measures to improve school education would complement the use of ICT to improve basic learning outcomes.
The retired school administrator, Daniel Otinhua Ugbiyoko, explained the government’s timely and strategic intervention to bring state education to a basic level: Redesign and education in an environment supported by children. “
Monica Osunde, the parent of the Ebbutubu family from the city of Benita, said the governor deserves support because she has shown a special commitment to rebuilding her lost reputation in the country’s basic education.
According to her, “from what I see being done in one of the schools, children will get the best from the schools. I thank the state government for approving the 230 schools for refurbishment.
“After the renovation work, my children will have the chance to return to their school. We are really happy that schools are being worked on. It is not every government that places this emphasis on primary schools. It is worth commending.
Favour Ikponmwosa, who lives in Egor Local Government Area of the state, expressed appreciation to the governor for listing Eweka Primary School among the schools in the first phase of the renovation work, and said: “I thank Governor Obaseki for remembering our children.”