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Lagos OEQA, stakeholders meet regarding 2024/2025 academic calendar

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The Lagos State Office of Education Quality Assurance has met stakeholders from both public and private educational sectors to harmonize the Academic Calendar for the year 2024/2025 starting from September this year.

The meeting held at the Education Resource Centre in Ojodu, was chaired by the Director of Quality Assurance Department of the Office of Education Quality Assurance (OEQA), Mrs. Hameedat Mojisola Sanni.

She explained that the final outcome of the consensus reached at the meeting would be forwarded to the Commissioner for Basic and Secondary Education in Lagos State, Mr. Jamiu Alli-Balogun, as a reflection of the joint resolutions of all school owners in the State.

Sanni stressed that the Commissioner has the prerogative to grant approval on the resolutions reached for the school calendar to become effective and authentic.

She expressed gratitude on behalf of Governor Babajide Olusola Sanwo-Olu and the OEQA for the enthusiastic participation in previous sessions and the commitment shown towards maintaining the harmonized academic calendar.

She added that OEQA recognises the importance of collaborative efforts in creating a unified schedule that accommodates diverse interests and responsibilities.

“Harmonized calendar will not only enhance organizational efficiency but will also support academic productivity and mental well-being among students and educators.

“Key objectives of the stakeholders’ meeting included outlining essential dates and events critical for maintaining a cohesive academic schedule across schools”.

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