Zonal and Local Inspectors of Education in the state of Osun have been called to wake up to their responsibilities of ensuring proper monitoring of schools across the state so as to achieve maximum results in the education sector.
Chairman, Osun Education Quality Assurance and Morality Enforcement Agency, Dr Isiaka Ayo Owoade made the call during a meeting he held with the zonal local inspectors of education across the state.
He said proper monitoring of schools is very important in order to achieve standard education and the correction of overall evil vices among students.
He assured that guidelines and modalities on how to properly monitor the schools and their qualities will be set so as to achieve maximum results.
The Chairman said the state government will no longer fold its arms and watch the education sector deteriorate, saying that the attitude of hooliganism and laziness among students especially in high schools must be curbed.
Dr Owoade charged the Zonal Inspectors of Education and Local Inspectors to be up and doing so that Osun students will be able to compete favourably with their peers both nationally and internationally, stressing that the state is now at a stage where productivity must be achieved.
The meeting, which had the secretary of the agency, Mr Lawrence Oyeniran in attendance, also featured the review of the 2012 to 2016 SSCE results as well as the review of ZIE’S and LIE’S schools inspection reports.