The federal government has said that national secondary schools will reopen on August 4, 2020 so that students in outdoor classrooms can present themselves for their exams.
The government has stated that students will have two weeks to prepare for the West High School Safety Program organized by the West African Exam Council.
WAEC exams, the government has said will begin on August 17, 2020.
The government announced the decision at the end of the meeting of the Department of Education, Department of Education of 36 states, Nigerian Teachers (NUT), owners of private schools and the director of the organization. on test. The.
In a statement issued by the Director of News and Public Service, FMoE, Ben Goong, said: “People interested in the meeting agreed that the exit classes should resume after Sallah rest, from August 4, 2020 allows them to prepare for the WAEC. “Tests are scheduled for August 17, 2020.
“The meeting also decided to make a petition to the Government of the Republic of the Congo by the Board of Trustees of the COVID-19 Group and to the people of Nigerian to provide housing. Study across the country to accelerate plans for safe reopening, as agreed.
The next meeting will be held tomorrow between the Federal Education Commission and the leaders of the student candidates, called NECO, NABTEB and NBAIS, to suit their exam schedule, which The Board of Education will send it to interested parties. “