The Economist recognises EdoBEST for solution in basic education

The Economist has recognised the EdoBEST Model as one which works, especially in low-income countries. In a comprehensive feature that explores some of the results of the programme, the media giants highlight why and how EdoBEST has stood out on a continent where learning outcomes remain a major worry for governments and policy makers.

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Edo SUBEB Chairman visits schools, calls for parents’ commitment to education

The Executive Chairman of Edo State Universal Basic Education Board (Edo SUBEB), Mrs. Ozavize E. Salami has called on parents and guardians of pupils in primary and junior secondary schools to demonstrate more committed to the education of their children as the new academic session begins.
Mrs. Salami made the remark during resumption monitoring visits to schools as part of activities marking the commencement of the 2022/2023 academic session on 12, September 2022.

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31,963 pupils to benefit from continued EdoBEST reforms as Edo SUBEB commences training of new set of teachers, school leaders

 As the 2022/2023 session commences, all 306 state-owned junior secondary schools (JSS) in Edo state have now been incorporated into the EdoBEST programme as Edo State Universal Basic Education Board (Edo SUBEB) begins a landmark training of an additional 1,446 teachers, headteachers and principals drawn from across the state.

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