By Omolara Akintoye


As a part of plans to commemorate Youngsters’s Day on the 27th of Could, Lagos State authorities has initiated plans to launch ‘Digital Learn Aloud’ Lagos for college students in all its 20,000 public major and secondary colleges within the state.

Talking at a Digital Press briefing held in Lagos right now, the Director Basic, High quality Assurance, Ministry of Training, Mrs. Abiola Seriki-Ayeni, mentioned this shall be made potential by way of radio, tv, social media and the ministry’s web site, and can focused at college students of 18 years and under.

In line with Mrs. Seriki- Ayeni, “Learn Aloud’ Lagos Youngsters’s Day celebration, Commissioner for Training and her crew Youngster Safety consultants, authors of reputation, motivational audio system, shall be current to ‘Learn Aloud’ for the scholars by way of digital and the contents shall be relevant for various ages.

“It will likely be interactive as a result of there shall be competitors that may pattern on the social media for college students who’re good at writing, studying, drawing or performing.


It’s an avenue for them to showcase their skills. After Youngsters’s Day, we are going to formally start “Learn Aloud Lagos, June 1st” she mentioned.

Talking additional, she mentioned, “The purpose is to make sure that kids have fashions and the friends studying aloud, having in thoughts that good leaders are ardent readers.

We need to put together our college students by equipping them with the vital abilities wanted to not simply learn for teachers however learn for all times, thereby turning into a lifelong-learner,” she mentioned.

The programme, she mentioned was initiated even earlier than COVID-19 Pandemic. “The programme is 2-phased: digital and the varsity side.

We’re offering books for the scholars and there shall be baseline evaluation by means of our monitoring crew, making an allowance for that put up Covid-19, training won’t ever stay the identical.”

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