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The Universal Basic Education Commission (UBEC) has disbursed N56, 821,751,416.12 to the 36 states, including the Federal Capital Territory for teachers’ professional development training, Siggy has learnt.

The Universal Basic Education Commission (UBEC) has disbursed N56, 821,751,416.12 to the 36 states, including the Federal Capital Territory for teachers’ professional development training, Siggy has learnt.

The figure was contained in a UBEC document obtained by our correspondent in Abuja on Tuesday. No fewer than 9,392 teachers were sacked by Kaduna, Anambra, Plateau, Abia and Niger state governments in two years.

The state governments had defended the sacking, claiming that the sacked teachers lacked necessary qualifications.

According to the UBEC document, the 36 states and the FCT received N228, 628,497.42 each between 2009 and 2010; while they received N290m each for the 2011-2012 session. For 2013-2014 N331m was received by each of the 36 states and FCT; for the 2015-2016 academic session they got N290m each; while for 2017/2018, N404m each was received.

While the commission is yet to make available the latest disbursement for the 2019/2020, it noted that the document was its latest release as of 2022.

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The PUNCH reports that the Federal Ministry of Education, in its ministerial strategic plan (2018-2022), noted that poor quality of teachers, who in general lack the ability to implement the national curriculum is one of the factors impeding the attainment of the national targets and the full achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals.

Speaking in an interview with The PUNCH, the Programme Director, Reform Education Nigeria, Ayodamola Oluwatoyin, stressed the need for state governments to invest in the training of teachers.

Oluwatoyin said “At some point, the Teachers Registration Council of Nigeria noted that about 50 per cent of teachers are not qualified. This shows in the poor quality of students that we get from basic schools. Now for the common entrance conducted by the National Examination Council, about 15 students scored zero.

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“This does not look very well. Teachers need to be equipped. Teachers need to be trained. These funds should go into use.”

Source: Siggy Campus News, Punchng.com

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