@lagossubeb, in collaboration with Universal Basic Education Commission, UBEC, has organised a five-day training for Headteachers and Support Officers of some selected Public Primary Schools on a model to ensure improved pedagogy and effective management in the schools.
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The training, which commenced on January 5, 2021, at six centres across the State, is aimed at improving on the former "cascade model" which used the train-the-trainer approach where only the headteachers of schools were trained in order to cascade the training to other teachers.
Speaking at a workshop recently organised by UBEC to empower teachers in the Lagos State Primary Education sector, the Executive Chairman of LASUBEB, Mr. Wahab Alawiye-King, disclosed that the school-based model will upscale teaching and learning in public primary schools.
He described the cascade model as an old era of quality control now replaced with a model focused on Basic Education Quality Assurance using a pyramid style of bottom-to-top, where not only headteachers but teachers and school managers are trained.
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He explained that the training will not only ensure that headteachers and support officers are in tandem with their assigned responsibilities but also encourage them to work collectively by supporting, monitoring and evaluating teachers in the classroom.
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13 Jan
The Lagos State Government has activated an Oxygen Plant within the premises of the Infectious Diseases Hospital (IDH), Yaba, to provide swift support to COVID-19 patients who require oxygen therapy.
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Commissioner for Health, @ProfAkinAbayomi, activated the plant amidst the increased demand for oxygen occasioned by the second wave of COVID-19 infection.
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In order to accomplish the reopening of the Third Mainland Bridge on February 22nd, 2021 after the completion of the on-going maintenance works, LASG has shifted the current diversion point on the bridge for motorists coming from Oworonsoki to Adekunle or Lagos Island.
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11 Jan
In continuation of government efforts to ensure sanity on Lagos roads as well as to rid restricted routes of defiant motorcyclists, the operatives of Lagos State Environmental and Special Offences (Enforcement) Unit over the weekend impounded 100 commercial motorcycles.
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The Chairman of the Agency, CSP Shola Jejeloye, disclosed that the 100 motorcycles were impounded around Navy Town at Alakija, 2nd Rainbow and Festac Town, adding that the operation was carried out to halt the abuse of traffic laws by commercial motorcycle operators.
"The discouraging high statistics of motorcycle accidents and the compelling need to enhance safety on Lagos roads led to the promulgation of the Lagos State Transport Sector Reformed Law 2018", Jejeloye stated.
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The Director-General, Lagos State Public Service Staff Development Centre Magodo, Dr. Senukon Olufunmi Ajose-Harrison, has called on public servants in Lagos State to re-dedicate themselves to service by demonstrating a commitment to effective performance.
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Ajose-Harrison made the call on Wednesday during the annual thanksgiving service of the Centre held virtually, adding that achievement of the audacious goals of the present administration must be delivered by a corps of seasoned public servants.
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Admonishing the Centre's staff, he stated that as Public Servants, they must continue to keep the interests of the service in the front burners.
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The Chairman, Lagos State Sports Commission, Mr. Sola Aiyepeku, has unveiled sporting activities for the Year 2021 Calendar.
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Aiyepeku, who joined the Interactive Session via Zoom, added that other platforms will also be created where local talents can be discovered.
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This training program is a partnership initiative between Lagos State Government through the Ministry of Tourism, Arts and Culture and a private firm, Del-York Creative Academy.
Under this initiative, 1,000 Lagos residents across all the Local Government and Local Council Development Areas in the state would be trained at no cost at all.

These creative-minded talents will be trained and empowered in Creative and Vocational sector For FREE!
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