What Technology Has Done To The Ogun State Education Sector – PS

What Technology Has Done To The Ogun State Education Sector - PS

The introduction of technological innovation by the present administration in Ogun State has brought unprecedented transformation into the educational system.

Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Education, Science and Technology, Mrs. Oluwatosin Oloko, who stated this while monitoring the ongoing Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE) in Abeokuta axis of the state, highlighted the innovation to include, Optical Memory Recorder (OMR) sheet, online applications for examinations, among others, through Ogun State Education Revitalisation Agenda (OGSERA), noting that the initiative had improved teaching and learning.

 

Accompanied by the Director of Education, Department of Secondary and Higher Education, Mr. Oluwole Majekodunmi, Oloko explained that conducting examinations, transfer process into public primary and secondary schools, as well as other activities were flawless since adopting the new process, adding that Governor Dapo Abiodun’s huge investment in education was now yielding great achievement.

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“Everything is seamless; we want to give kudos to our education-loving Governor for introducing technology aspects into the exercise”, she said.

What Technology Has Done To The Ogun State Education Sector - PS
What Technology Has Done To The Ogun State Education Sector – PS

In their separate remarks, Junior School Principals of Government Science and Technical College, Idi-Aba, Abeokuta, Mr. Adejimi Adegboyega; St. Peter’s College, Olomore, Abeokuta, Mrs. Deborah Salako and African Church Grammar School, Ita-Eko, Abeokuta, Mrs. Oluwafunmilayo Adekeye, pointed out that the state is noted for high standard and appreciated government for using technology to sustain the legacy.

 

The examiners supervising African Church Grammar School, Mr. Olusoji Oliyide and that of Lisabi Grammar School, Mr. Tolulope Soneye, attested that, “the materials were enough, the conduct was smooth and the examination papers were intact, giving no room for malpractices”.

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