Lagos directs public and private schools to reopen on January 18.


The Lagos State Government has announced that public and private schools in Lagos are free to reopen on January 18, 2021.

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The state government has approved the resumption date for resumption of second term academic session only for schools below tertiary institutions.
Lagos state’s Commissioner for Education, Folashade Adefisayo, make this statement on January 4, 2021.
In the statement which was signed by the Head, Public Affairs, Ministry of Education, Kayode Abayomi, Adefisayo asked schools to make virtual learning available for sick or willing students. She said this was in line with the Federal Government’s directive coupled with the second wave of the COVID19 Pandemic.

“All public and private schools below the tertiary level in Lagos State should be reopened for the second term 2020/21 academic session from Monday, 18th of January, 2021.

Schools should have flexible plans where students and teachers who feel sick can teach or learn from home via available online platforms.

Schools should also strive to avoid any COVID-19 infection among all students and staff” the statement in part reads

She advises all schools management to adhere to COVID-19 guidelines for the resumption of the school 

“Not just for the improvement of overall school operations but for the safe reopening of academic activities to support the Lagos State Government’s quest for a full return,” she added

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