Zamfara State Universal Education Board (ZSUBEB), is set to combine 282 Quranic schools into the Zamfara Basic Education Service Delivery for All (BESDA) programme with the sole purpose of ensuring that every child has access to free education in the state.

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Ibrahim Maizare the Public relation officer of the board released this statement. 

According to Yusuf Abubakar Mafara, the director of social mobilization, part of the BESDA effort of combining the Quranic schools into the western system is to cover areas of provision of free uniforms, free feeding and teaching aids and recruitment of new teachers,

He employed those undergoing the training to be proactive in changing accounts so that the basic education system in the state can be changed. 

Earlier, Ibrahim Sulaiman Gusau, the consultant of the BESDA programme, placed emphasis on the need for significant regular supervision of teachers as part of efforts to maintain the teaching quality and learning in public schools across the state. 

“What differentiate public and private schools in terms of quality of teaching and learning is the regular supervision and monitoring by the government machineries. The effort of ZSUBEB in that regard under the present administration is justifiable,” Gusau said.

He urged the entire BESDA committee in the state to remain diligent and enhance the supervision and monitoring system of the newly BESDA programme for better result.

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  • lol, i am always keep saying this that they must find one way to change the school curriculum for the north but my friends think its a joke. now look at this.

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  • This is good step in right direction because this is what northern parts need in Nigeria. There should be a way to change their Education system….

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