UNICEF to Improve education through FG learning platform

UNICEF Education Specialist Babagana Aminu explained during a tour of several schools where the NLP had been deployed that the NLP was developed by Microsoft and accepted by the Federal Government to facilitate and complement learning for primary and secondary school students. He disclosed that the platform had approximately 280,000 users.

According to the United Nations Children’s Fund, the Nigerian Learning Passport provides every Nigerian kid with access to school.

Ladoja Nursery and Primary School Orile-Agege, Lagos, was one of the schools visited.

 According to Aminu, NLP might be employed both online and offline in difficult-to-reach regions.

“No child in Nigeria shall be denied an education with NLP.” According to NBS data, the population of the North is confronted with a multitude of issues, including poverty, terrorism, and flooding.

Dr. Sunday Adejare, Director, Policy, Planning, Research, and Statistics Department, Lagos State Ministry of Education, stated, “We want to ensure that children are familiar with ICT.” We have partners who are aiding us in delivering tablets for schools, and teacher training is ongoing. We discovered that using ICT helps youngsters study better. In Lagos, we have approximately 2,000 schools to cater for these students in terms of technology. We have an ICT lab in almost every secondary school in Lagos.”

During their discussion, Maryam Afolabi, a ninth-year student at the school, stated, “I am already learning what our teacher has not taught us on the NLP.” Yesterday in Social Studies, I learned about malaria and cholera, as well as why we shouldn’t pupu on the road. ” NLP fascinates me since it teaches me things I didn’t know before.” Year three pupil Akindele Enoch concurred, saying, “It is very useful and improves the brain.”  It assists people in better understanding; I would like the government to offer more devices for greater understanding and learning.  When you see the video, your understanding improves.”


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