The whole world has been under siege of coronavirus for over 9 months. Which resulted to a total shutdown without any activities including learning.
However, things are going under control as the rate of infection or diagnosed cases are dropping per day, showing that the war against the pandemic is half won, and will need caution and preventive measure to totally erased the virus or reduced it to the minimal stage. As we are gaining freedom to go about day to day activities, education sector is still tide down because of it delicate nature. The federal government is concern with the safety of the students who are the future of the country.
The Cross River State government in it part is putting all the arsenal against risking the lives of the children by organising training for the headteachers their deputies, principal of public primary model secondary schools in the state through Universal Basic Education Board (CR-SUBEB) in collaboration with the Universal Basic Education Commission (UBEC) which commenced on Tuesday
That, it is proper to acquaint the teachers on measures to take to avoid the spread of the Coronavirus pandemic among the staff and the students.
“However, he urge participants to pay rapt attention to facilitators and to also replicate training to other members of staff.
The students should be ready to start school very soon.
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