By Onomiguren Agbamu
Delta Government have warned that parents should be mindful of unregistered schools as 2022/2023 academic session begins September 12.
The state government gave this warning through the Commissioner for primary education, Hon. Sunny Onoriode while briefing journalists Friday on the activities of the ministry/ preparation for the resumptions of schools at Asaba.
Hon. Sunny Onoriode disclosed that the state government has constructed 1,200 classrooms and 2,100 renovated across the various State owned primary schools since the inception of Dr. Ifeanyi Okowa administration from 29th May 2015 to date.
He said that the ministry of primary Education has equally established seventeen new primary schools in Delta state to enable Delta children to have access to basic/ primary education, just as new one have been recommended for approval, and they will start academic work soon.
The commissioner added that Delta state government has procured instructional materials for primary schools with textbooks and record books for distribution in the first term of 2022/2023 academic session.
The commissioner maintained that the state government is committed to infrastructural development of the primary education sector, stated that positive Innovation will be sustained.
He warned that teachers/ pupils across the various primary schools in the state to refrain from lateness/ absenteeism to academic exercises, saying the state government attaches zero tolerance to that.
He maintained that the ministry has evolved a policy thrust where government/ private owned primary schools comply with the standard set by the ministry for academic excellence.