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COMMISSIONER LAUDS GOVERNOR UGWUANYI ON ROLE PLAYED IN IMPROVING EDUCATION IN ENUGU STATE

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The Commissioner of Education in Enugu State, Professor Uche Eze has reiterated the commitment of the Governor Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi administration to continue to provide quality, qualitative and technological education to the people of the State.
EZE who commended the Governor in an exclusive chat with Urban Radio Correspondent, Emeka Chibuoke, while speaking on the importance of this years International Day of Education, recalled that on assumption of office, the Governor put machinery in motion towards refocusing and repositioning education in the State.

He spoke further on what the State government has done so far to enhance teaching and learning.

On the essence of the theme of this years celebration: CHANGING COURSE, TRANSFORMING EDUCATION, the commissioner said despite the overwhelming consequences and COVID 19 Pandemic, adaptation to technology has helped in enhancing teacher engagement with students, through improved access to content, data and networks.

CHIBUOKE recalled that the International Day of Education is celebrated 24th January every year and the event was proclaimed in 2018 by United Nations General Assembly UNGA.

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