His Excellency Governor Mohammed A. Abubakar renovates/modernizes Government Day Secondary School, Kofar Wambai.
The renovation includes several classroom blocks, administrative block, offices etc.
Majority of the class room blocks are 100% completed, however, work is still ongoing in other parts of the school which is also expected to be completed soon.
In all, 840 classrooms have been renovated in all parts of the state in 2 years and another over 400 classes still ongoing construction.
Attached pictures are from Special Secondary school Kafin Madaki and Special School for vulnerable childrens and orphans.
The overhaul of the Monitoring and Evaluation Unit did, in no small measure, improve the quality of teaching along the height of the pyramid; this is a measure that positively impacted on all not only the tip of the pyramid as he emphasised that the pyramidal approach did, in no way, mean neglecting the bottom of the pyramid until their turn of gradual trickling down of services comes.
He believes that instead of putting twelve items in twelve places which would not produce any significant outcome in the end, it is better to put the twelve items, whatever they are, in two places so that each one gets six; that would produce a tremendous effect as we are now seeing. The fact 89% to 90% of Bauchi State students who acquired adminssions into universities are products of the “Model School”. But it is not twelve noon yet, at twelve noon, the sun will shine on every other object on earth as far our horizon.+
It is a fact that a learner needs comfort in order to absorb the lesson that is being taught to her by the teacher. But we all know that the previous administration turned it customary that all students in public secondary sat on dirty, dusty and dilapidated floors to receive lessons.