By Kehinde Oluwatayo

The resultant role of the entrance examination into the Ondo State Government Unity Secondary Schools has been released.
The interrogation was conducted survive Saturday at designate centres across the three senatorial districts of the state.
Over 18,000 candidates participated in the examination.
The Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Education, Science & Technology, Mrs. Lola Amuda had during the conduct on Saturday assured that the resultant role would be released within 48 hours.
meanwhile, the Permanent Secretary has enjoined stakeholders in the Education sector to work in synergy towards ensuring the success of policies and programmes of government aimed at uplifting the sector.
Amuda, at a meet with All Nigeria Confederation of Principals of Secondary Schools, ( ANCOPSS ) in Akure emphasized that the achiever of government ’ second policy largely requires the collaborative efforts of all stakeholders.
The meet was attended by principals of populace secondary coil schools, zonal education Officers, ( ZEOs ), Area Education Officers ( AEOs ) state executives of Parents/Teachers Association ( PTA ) equally well as heads of assorted departments of the ministry.
The meet according to a press acquittance by the Head of Information Unit of the ministry, Mr Olaluwa Meshack afforded the stakeholders the opportunity to rub minds on issues bordering on education and how to advance the frontier of teach and learning with a view to giving the best to the people of the state through effective execution of government programmes and policies.
Amuda said the administration of Arakunrin Oluwarotimi Akeredolu has made renowned efforts towards attaining qualitative and functional education in the state, and urged all stakeholders to key into the programmes of government.
She solicited the cooperation of school principals whom she described as experience and strategic professionals in facilitating significant developments in secondary schools across the state of matter, but warned them to beware of unapproved levies and other collectibles.
Mrs Amuda emphasized that as professional school administrators, government relies on them to use their expertness to promote academic standard and ensure that all its policies are in full implemented for the benefit of the people.
The Permanent Secretary encouraged the school administrators to look outside politics circumference in providing all facilities in school, stressing that the Parents/Teachers Association, the Old Students Association, the master of ceremonies communities a well as individuals and organizations could come to the rescue.
Briefing the school heads on the State Government Examinations and the ongoing NECO examination, the Permanent Secretary cautioned them to refrain from any shape of examination malpractices either by indulging or abetting it, stressing that such act is unfriendly to the growth and development of education.
School heads and early stakeholders who spoke at the occasion, commended the submit government for prioritizing education in the express, but for called for pressing actions against impingement on school lands.
The statutory meet of the Ministry of Education, Science and Technology, with school Principals across the state, afforded stakeholders in the education sector the opportunity to discuss relevant matters affecting the sector with a view to improving the operate potency of secondary schools in the state.

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