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Jigawa Government Monitors School Resumption Compliance.

by David Okoye
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Jigawa State is closely monitoring the compliance of public school students with the designated resumption schedule. According to Wasilu Umar, the spokesperson for the Jigawa Ministry of Education, boarding students were expected to resume on Sunday, while day students were slated to return on Monday.

Umar emphasized the government’s warning against late resumption, stating that students deliberately failing to comply without valid reasons would not be accepted. The move reflects the state’s commitment to ensuring timely and orderly resumption in public schools.

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In an interview in Dutse on Sunday, Umar conveyed the government’s stance on the matter, highlighting the importance of adherence to the specified resumption dates. The government’s strict approach aims to maintain discipline and punctuality among students.

The spokesperson clarified that any defaulting students must provide compelling reasons for their delayed return to be considered. This proactive measure is intended to uphold a smooth and efficient reopening process across public schools in Jigawa State.

As the academic session kicks off, the state government’s vigilance underscores the significance of punctual resumption for both boarding and day students. The emphasis on compliance seeks to establish a conducive learning environment and promote a culture of responsibility among students.

The Jigawa government’s commitment to monitoring and enforcing timely resumption aligns with its broader efforts to enhance the quality of education in the state. By instilling a sense of accountability among students, the government aims to foster an educational environment conducive to academic success and personal development.

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