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Kaduna Board Evaluates 1,710 Public, Private Schools For Quality Teaching, Learning

By ISAIAH BENJAMIN, Kaduna The Kaduna State Quality Assurance Board says it has evaluated 1,710 public and private primary and secondary schools in the state in the last three years. The executive director of the Board, Mrs Mureen Wyom told journalists in Kaduna that the effort is geared towards ensuring quality teaching, learning and management […]

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Published By: Leadership Newspaper - Sunday, 13 August, 2017

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