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The Deputy Governor, who stressed that being a teacher requires great patience, noted that the Nation needs to start spending the stipulated twenty six percent of its Gross
Domestic Product on education, to make Nigerian students and pupils more competitive, globally.
In a remark the Commissioner for Education Professor Kate Omenugha revealed that the Ministry's partnership with the Association has generated enormous benefits as its trainings has impacted skills on the teachers.
Omenugha disclosed that the Obiano administration has done so much to promote reading culture in the schools, including the creation of libraries, the daily twenty minutes uninterrupted silent reading in all the schools, among others.
Contributing the Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the Association, Professor Chukwuemeka Onukogu, who is a former Resident Electoral Commissioner of INEC in the State, stressed that in teaching, portfolio assessment should be concentrated on, rather than continuous assessment.
A Guest Lecturer, Professor Robert Tierney who described his visit to the State as a privilege, maintained that teachers are indispensable in every progressive society.

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