Governor Bala Mohammed of Bauchi State has restated his administration’s commitment to transforming the Tsangaya and Islamiyya education system, aiming to enhance accessibility, quality, and efficiency for all stakeholders. The governor made these remarks at a two-day capacity training for Tsangaya and Islamic Teachers, organized by the Islamic Centre For Peace Building, Research And Development (IC-PAD) Abuja, in collaboration with the Office of the Wife of the Bauchi State governor, Hajiya Aisha Bala Mohammed, held in Bauchi,Daily Trust reports.
Represented by the Secretary to the State Government (SSG), Ibrahim Kashim, the governor acknowledged the need for improvement in the current teaching methodologies of many Tsangaya and Islamiyya schools in the state. He highlighted the timeliness of the training initiative, aligning with his administration’s broader efforts to revitalize the education sector for enhanced efficiency and effectiveness.
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Governor Mohammed emphasized that his administration has already implemented measures to address existing challenges, with the overarching goal of providing equal educational opportunities for every child, encompassing both Islamic and conventional education.
In her remarks, Hajiya Aisha, the wife of the Bauchi State governor, explained that the training program aimed to equip Islamic school teachers with the tools, methodologies, and innovative approaches necessary for the demands of the 21st century.