The Minister of Education, Mallam Adamu Adamu has revealed the federal authorities plans to introduce a new National Policy on Science and Technology Education (S&TE).
The policy is a outcomes of the National Council on Education meeting by which solutions have been made for the overview of the S&TE curricula. This was made recognized by means of his guide, the Minister of State for Education, Emeka Nnwajiuba in Abuja, stating that the plan was projected at enhancing skills in science and technology amongst school college students.
The policy redirection was a fall out of a present meeting by the National Council on Education which actually helpful the overview of the S&TE curricula.
He said given the important significance of science and the acquisition of technical and vocational skills as devices for driving national improvement and development, the absence of a freeway map has slowed down the tempo of Nigeria’s quest for technological achievement.
Eternal Secretary of the Education Ministry, Sonny Echono well-known that seen gaps and poor synergy amongst stakeholders had hindered the optimum development of the sector.
He said the new policy doc was multi-sectoral in nature and has every institutional and human functionality developing linkages between schools and communities.