Tombura, 29th June 2017. Ministry of Education in Tombura State in its assessment identified the number of human resource personnel, education facility conditions and standards.
Justin Ebere Ginana, Tombura State Education Minister, says the study was to know how to prioritize some actions for improvement, Radio Anisa reports.
All educational programs exist in Tombura, but some are partly implemented, he discloses.
Ebere says basic education and early childhood development is still coming up and being implemented in few places in the state.
The minister reveals that they are planning to have secondary schools in each county.
The ministry is also planning to create alternative education programs that cater for people who missed their basic education, he adds.
Ebere discloses that many teachers are untrained and some have left because they could not tolerate the current biting economic crisis.
The minister appreciates some partners for supporting education in terms of intensive training to volunteers that will boost the human resource development.