Anambra State Government has uncovered that around 1,075 unapproved essential and auxiliary schools in the state would be closed down.
The notification, which recorded every one of the 1,075 schools and their areas, was posted on the site of the Anambra State service of training on Thursday. stunned
The notification read: “The rundown of unapproved schools in Anambra State has been unveiled by the Service of Training. The under-recorded schools are not approved to work in the State and are, subsequently, presently announced to be public data.
“By doing this, understudies and understudies in these schools risk being banished from taking part in any State or government tests, including the Change Position Tests, First School Leaving Assessment Tests, Essential Training Authentication Tests (BECE), Senior School Declaration Tests (WAEC/NECO), and so forth.
“Proprietors of such schools are encouraged, for their own advantage, to enroll their foundations and stick to the methodology for school investigation.”
Guardians were encouraged to quickly pull out their kids from the schools and make elective arrangements to enlist them in state-endorsed schools.
However the notification was unsigned, when Everyday POST reached the Chief for Training, Prof Ngozi Chuma-Udeh, she expressed that the notification was from her service, saying it has recently been transferred to the site by the data unit of the service.