Mrs Oladunni Odu said in a statement that starting from March 2021 the employed candidates would resume work in the various public primary schools in the state.
She also stated that the process of perfecting their recruitment was at an advanced stage, adding that letters of appointment would be issued to them soon.
The chairman of Ondo State Universal Basic Board said the Board Will battle the issue of inadequate teachers in public primary schools in the state and it would soon become a thing of the past as the recruitment of the new teachers would improve learning in the schools.
Any moment from March, letters of appointment will be issued to the new teachers and we will have more teachers in the system. We are on the final process,’’ she stated.
Mrs Odu also stated that the star Universal Basic Board is also planning to provide electronics pad in the public primary schools to improve and make learning easy.
She also said they are planning on building new classrooms and renovate the others,she said all this were being put in place to accommodate the influx of pupils.
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