In order to deliver good and qualitative education across the nooks and crannies of Ogun State, the State Teaching Service Commission (TESCOM) board members has said that, all intending principals would henceforth sign undertaken on rural adaptation in order to discouraged them from seeking or lobbying for posting within the space of two years.
Commissioner(4) of the Commission who also doubles as the Chairman Screening Committee, Hon. Ademola Adeleye made this known during the screening of over 90 new Vice Principals to be elevated to Principalship, held at Oke- Mosan, Abeokuta.
Adeleye said the Commission’s board has observed that, schools in rural areas are always at the receiving end as teachers, vice principals and principals lobbied for posting back to urban areas within a space of two, three months of receiving their duty post, adding that, the attitude has greatly affected the good intention of the State government at providing good and qualitative education service delivery in some schools.
” Let me inform you that the undertaken you signed is not to wish hunt anybody, but to make you deliver qualitative education also to our students in the rural settlement at least for two years. Gone are the days where the screening of is garbage in and out, screening will now be base on what you can offer the students, your experience as a teacher and vice principals, as the Governor, Prince Dapo Abiodun is doing everything humanly possible that we have excellent and efficiency at delivering good and effective educational service in our schools across the State”. Adeleye said.
While advising them to discharge their duty with quality and effective leadership in any school they would be posted to, Adeleye said they should always be conscious and follow strictly all safety guidelines with respect to the second wave of COVID-19 pandemic.