Non-public and public faculties have resumed for the primary and second time period throughout Lagos State, DAILY POST stories.
The federal authorities fastened immediately January 18 for reopening of faculties throughout the nation, even because it continues to cope with the second wave of COVID-19.
The Lagos State Ministry of Schooling on Sunday, issued an announcement on the plan to observe resumption and compliance with COVID-19 protocols.
Director of Public Affairs, Lagos State Ministry of Schooling, Kayode Abayomi, has already mentioned the Commissioner of Schooling, Mrs. Folasade Adefisayo, will go to faculties in Agege, Igando, Surulere and Ikeja.
“In a bid to observe faculties’ resumption and the COVID-19 protocol tips compliance, the Commissioner for Schooling can be visiting some faculties round Agege Axis as early as 7.30 am tomorrow. Locations like Surulere, Ikeja, Agege and Igando can be coated,” Abayomi mentioned in an announcement.
Though college students of each private and non-private faculties could possibly be seen leaving house on Monday morning, most dad and mom and guardians have chosen to maintain their wards again.
There may be concern and apprehension concerning the deadlier new pressure of coronavirus. There may be additionally concern on whether or not faculties are nicely outfitted to place obligatory protocols in place.
Some have even questioned why civil servants have been requested to remain house, whereas kids resume at college.
Barring any closure because of the COVID-19 pandemic, the second time period of the 2020/2021 educational session will run for 61 days for each private and non-private faculties.
That is based on the revised calendar for the 2020/2021 educational session from the Workplace of the Schooling High quality Assurance (OEQA).
The second time period will run from immediately to April 30.
Resumption for the third time period has been scheduled for Could 4, whereas the time period is to terminate August 6.