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FG ready to disseminate 2021 education sector data- minister

The Minister of Education, Mallam Adamu Adamu has disclosed that the 2019, 2020 and 2021 data on the education sector have all been processed and ready for national and global dissemination.

Speaking at the 4th National Conference on Education Management Information System, EMIS, in Gombe, Adamu noted that the provision of credible, reliable, and timely data is an imperative for national planning, policy implementation, monitoring and evaluation of development interventions as well as reform initiatives, especially in education.

A statement by the Director of Press at the Education Ministry, Ben Goong, said the minister was represented at the conference by the Registrar of the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board, JAMB, Prof Ishaq Oloyede.

Adamu said his ministry is making tremendous progress in the production and dissemination of reliable and timely data, adding that discussions at the conference will help improve on the automation of data production and management processes in line with evolving global trends.

Information System to build its capacity for quality output, in line with international best practice.

Also speaking, the Executive Governor of Gombe State, Alh Muhammadu Inuwa Yahaya, who was represented by the Deputy Governor of the state, Dr Manaseh Daniel Jatau, said his administration has substantially revamped the education sector in the state with a considerable increase in school enrolment, literacy, numeracy and positive learning outcomes.

Yahaya noted that Gombe state has recorded a lot of improvement in ICT development, infrastructural development and teacher capacity building which he said will impact positively on education in the state.

He urged stakeholders to do whatever they can to improve on education as a matter of priority.

He expressed the determination of the state to cooperate with all stakeholders to uplift NEMIS in the interest of the Nation and indeed Gombe state.

The Minister of Education, Mallam Adamu Adamu has disclosed that the 2019, 2020 and 2021 data on the education sector have all been processed and ready for national and global dissemination.

Speaking at the 4th National Conference on Education Management Information System, EMIS, in Gombe, Adamu noted that the provision of credible, reliable, and timely data is an imperative for national planning, policy implementation, monitoring and evaluation of development interventions as well as reform initiatives, especially in education.

A statement by the Director of Press at the Education Ministry, Ben Goong, said the minister was represented at the conference by the Registrar of the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board, JAMB, Prof Ishaq Oloyede.

Adamu said his ministry is making tremendous progress in the production and dissemination of reliable and timely data, adding that discussions at the conference will help improve on the automation of data production and management processes in line with evolving global trends.

Information System to build its capacity for quality output, in line with international best practice.

Also speaking, the Executive Governor of Gombe State, Alh Muhammadu Inuwa Yahaya, who was represented by the Deputy Governor of the state, Dr Manaseh Daniel Jatau, said his administration has substantially revamped the education sector in the state with a considerable increase in school enrolment, literacy, numeracy and positive learning outcomes.

Yahaya noted that Gombe state has recorded a lot of improvement in ICT development, infrastructural development and teacher capacity building which he said will impact positively on education in the state.

He urged stakeholders to do whatever they can to improve on education as a matter of priority.

He expressed the determination of the state to cooperate with all stakeholders to uplift NEMIS in the interest of the Nation and indeed Gombe state.

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