Maryam Abeeb, Abuja
The Convener of Annual School Needs Expo, ASNE, Emem Opashi has called on the Federal Government to partner with private sector on unique innovations that will make the country’s education system compete globally.
The Education expert who made this call while addressing newsmen during ASNE 2019, tagged: Value through Education’’ held in Abuja, explained that annual expo is aimed towards empowering the country through education.
While stating the need for innovations, she encouraged stakeholders to look inward and make policies that will add more value and quality to the educational system.
According to her, the expo will serve an experimental platform, which is also a unique way of learning.
She added that it is an avenue for public and private schools to synergize, noting that it can also help schools proprietors to upgrade their schools and make it a better one.
Also, the head of division of Education Resource Centre, Josiah Festus, stressed that provision of school needs is essential part of school.
He commended the ASNE organizers for complimenting government efforts by contributing their own quota to the education system in Nigeria.
Festus said this will help in providing the necessary materials teachers need to enhance teaching and learning process.
The representative of the Kaduna State Government, the Director of Quality Assurance, Ministry of Education, Kaduna State, Mureen Mercy, commended the Expo convener for creating a platform to improve the education system in order to compete with the world.