IMO government launches compulsory IT teacher training
The government of Imo State has started training and retraining teachers in the public school system on IT management in accordance with the current demands of the digital world.
Imo State Council for Universal Basic Education (IMSUBEB) President Ms. Ada Okwuonu revealed that the goal is to promote and instill computer literacy in teachers, students and pupils since that the computer age has become the rule of the world.
The former vice-governor of the ex-governor Ikedi Ohakim, revealed it by receiving in his office the leaders of the State Correspondents’ Chapel of the Union of the journalists of Nigeria (NUJ), Imo State Council, which to him have visited.
She explained that the state government had already purchased and distributed a number of basic mathematics, technical and science education materials to primary and post-primary schools in the state.
She said: “The federal government is interested in early childhood education to catch them young and we are ready to identify with this worthy business where we have been regular and consistent in paying our matching funds.”
Okwuonu stressed the importance of education in national development and for citizens and warned that half-baked educated children are usually a nuisance to society.
She called on media professionals to always prioritize media advertising of education, which she believes is the engine of growth and societal transformation.
In his speech earlier, Correspondents Chapel President Chris Njoku congratulated Okwuonu on her appointment, expressed hope that as a seasoned and experienced hand in the teaching profession, she would use her vast experience to reposition the public school system.
Njoku, state correspondent for the Daily Nation Newspaper, pledged chapel support for his office.
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