2021/2022 Academic Session: Kaduna Government Announces Transition to 4-day Working Week For Public Schools

2021/2022 Academic Session: Kaduna Government Announces Transition to 4-day Working Week For Public Schools

  • School teachers in Kaduna state will only go to work for four days beginning from Monday, January 10
  • The Kaduna state government said this move is to boost workers' productivity and ensure they have more time to rest
  • This development was contained in the notice of the school resumption for the second term of the 2021/2022 academic session

Kaduna state- As schools reopen on Monday, January 10 for the second term of the 2021/2022 academic session, the Kaduna state government has again directed all public schools in the state to migrate to the four-day working week.

The Commissioner for Education, Halima Lawal, made this disclosure in Kaduna on Sunday, January 9, in a notice for school resumption, Premium Times reports.

Kaduna Govt directs public schools to migrate to four-day working week
Governor Nasir El-Rufai of Kaduna state has earlier approved a four-day working week for public servants. Photo credit: Nasir El-Rufai
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The commissioner also advised the school administrators and proprietors to adhere to the Safe School Learning Initiatives as directed by the Federal Ministry of Education while urging parents, guardians and students to comply with all public health guidelines by adopting all protective measures against COVID-19.

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Legit.ng earlier reported that the Kaduna State Universal Basic Education Board (KADSUBEB) on Thursday, December 2, revealed that it would dismiss 233 teachers.

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In other news, as part of its efforts in ensuring the protection of school infrastructure from vandals, the Kaduna state government has banned all social events, weddings, shows and entertainment in public school premises.

It was reported that the Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Education, Dr Yusuf Saleh, made this known during an interview in the state.

He said:

“For a very long time some of our schools were being used for all kinds of activities, and at the end of the day, school facilities were being vandalised.

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