The Senior Special Assistant on ( Education) to the Executive Governor of Lagos State, Ms Adetola Salau in Conjunction with Education District 1 ( Agege/ Alimosho/ Ifako- Ijaiye) held a Special Intervention Programme Towards Better Performance of students in WASSCE on Monday 29th March 2021 at Government Senior College Hall, Agege, Lagos.
The event was attended by stakeholders in sector. They include Barrister (Mrs) Margaret Titi Solarin; the Tutor General – Permanent Secretary of Education District 1 who was the Chief Host. Ibrahim Aliyu of (U.S consulate), Chinazo Okoye (GIZ), Dr Omopeju Afanu – Nucleus member of STEAM UP LAGOS, Olowoyo I. ( Alimosho NUT chairman, Olaleke F.O ( Agege NUT chairman), Adeoye E. A (Ifako-Ijaiye NUT chairman), Mrs Adebara (Co-ordinating Director Office of Quality Assurance), Mrs Shomolu (Alimosho Zonal Director office of Education Quality assurance), Mrs Ajose ( Agege zonal Director), Mr Sodipo ( Ifako- Ijaiye zonal Director), Mrs Maria Ojo (Director School Support) and teachers of various subjects.
The Senior Special Assistant on Education to the Executive Governor of Lagos State, Adetola Salau represented both the Honourable Commissioner of Education and the Executive Governor of Lagos State ,Babajide Sanwoolu who was the main speaker and the Special Guest of Honor.
She enlightened the stakeholders on the need for excellence in the quest to deliver quality Education to all students in Lagos State through the STEAM UP LAGOS program/project. She also encouraged the teachers to collaborate and work together because no teacher is an island of knowledge.
The Tutor General Permanent Secretary Barrister (Mrs) Margaret Titilayo Solarin when addressing the teachers during her welcome address, encouraged and tasked the teachers to keep up the good work they have been doing. She also said that in due time, there will be more renovations of schools, upgrades of laboratories, building of libraries etc.
Solarin reteraited the need for teachers to always maintain a good relationship with their students.