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Published On: Mon, Sep 18th, 2017

COE holds conference on recession

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By Usman Shuaibu

School of sciences at the Federal Capital Territory(FCT) College of Education (COE) Zuba in Gwagwalada Area council of FCT has organized a conference on how to overcome the problem of recession in the country.
Speaking at the conference, the provost of the college, Dr Muhammadu Gambo Hamza, assured the staff that his administration would continue to give the necessary support to the annual conference of the institution in the interest of the participants.
Hamza advised the participant to make use of the knowledge they had gained to better the educational sector and the society at large.
Also speaking, the Dean, school of sciences in the college, Mallam Tanko Sadiq Abubakar, expressed satisfaction the manner at which the participants turned out during the conference.
On her part, the Local Organising Committee Secretary of the conference, Adegbemisola Olotu, said the conference was organized in order to brainstorm on science education on how to resolve the issue of recession in the country.
Her words: “In fact, we are having some challenges here and there for the purchase of instructional materials and we do not have enough money to take out our students on excursion due to recession. So, we are now looking for the way out that despite the recession we should still be able to teach our students for them to obtain maximum benefits”
She appealed to the Federal Government to deem it necessary to find a lasting solution to recession within the shortest possible time.
Meanwhile, the conference which commenced from 12th -15th of Septamber,2017 featured the lead paper presentation by professor B.C. Uzoechi in the Department of Science Education and Technology at the Nasarawa State University, Keffi with theme “Overcoming Recession in Nigeria Through Science , Technology and Mathematics (STM) Education”

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