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  •  The Federal Government has assured Nigerians of providing the right environment for an Information and Communication Technology ICT driven society to make learning and teaching easy The Permanent Secretary Federal Ministry of Education Mr David Adejo made this commitment in Abuja at the 2022 EdTech Summit and Award with the theme Industrial Revolution the Future of Education Adejo who was represented by the Deputy Director of ICT in the ministry Mr Gbenga Oderemi said that the federal government was leveraging on ICT to improve the quality and efficiency of education at all levels According to him technology has become the driver of competitiveness in our world today and it has redefined productivity and changed the dynamics of production and services ICT has expanded social networking beyond borders and affected virtually every sector of the world economy We need to equip our youths with relevant IT skills and empower them for self reliance and economic growth We must use ICT to improve the life of our citizens and for social transformation We are also providing greater access for the learners in basic and senior secondary Some of our initiatives include development of a National ICT in Education policy training of teachers on basic ICT skills and the provision of an e learning portal for students across the country he said Also speaking the Chief Executive Officer of AFRITEX Oyesola Oworu said the summit was geared towards the emergence and development of the ecosystem which he said was lagging for the future of education Oworu said that Nigeria had about 20 million out of school children roaming the streets hence the need for quick response to fix it through technology The world is not waiting for Nigeria even though Nigeria is sleeping for the next one hundred years the world is moving They have gone and we are only trying to catch up with them We have to meet the world where it is right now and we need to have this ecosystem developed so that everyone can come together We are also planning to launch what we call Nigeria Educational Technology Alliance because a summit once in a year like this is not sufficient for us to be able to develop the ecosystem he said NewsSourceCredit NAN
    ICT critical to achieving quality education, says FG
     The Federal Government has assured Nigerians of providing the right environment for an Information and Communication Technology ICT driven society to make learning and teaching easy The Permanent Secretary Federal Ministry of Education Mr David Adejo made this commitment in Abuja at the 2022 EdTech Summit and Award with the theme Industrial Revolution the Future of Education Adejo who was represented by the Deputy Director of ICT in the ministry Mr Gbenga Oderemi said that the federal government was leveraging on ICT to improve the quality and efficiency of education at all levels According to him technology has become the driver of competitiveness in our world today and it has redefined productivity and changed the dynamics of production and services ICT has expanded social networking beyond borders and affected virtually every sector of the world economy We need to equip our youths with relevant IT skills and empower them for self reliance and economic growth We must use ICT to improve the life of our citizens and for social transformation We are also providing greater access for the learners in basic and senior secondary Some of our initiatives include development of a National ICT in Education policy training of teachers on basic ICT skills and the provision of an e learning portal for students across the country he said Also speaking the Chief Executive Officer of AFRITEX Oyesola Oworu said the summit was geared towards the emergence and development of the ecosystem which he said was lagging for the future of education Oworu said that Nigeria had about 20 million out of school children roaming the streets hence the need for quick response to fix it through technology The world is not waiting for Nigeria even though Nigeria is sleeping for the next one hundred years the world is moving They have gone and we are only trying to catch up with them We have to meet the world where it is right now and we need to have this ecosystem developed so that everyone can come together We are also planning to launch what we call Nigeria Educational Technology Alliance because a summit once in a year like this is not sufficient for us to be able to develop the ecosystem he said NewsSourceCredit NAN
    ICT critical to achieving quality education, says FG
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    ICT critical to achieving quality education, says FG

    The Federal Government has assured Nigerians of providing the right environment for an Information and Communication Technology (ICT) driven society, to make learning and teaching easy.

    The Permanent Secretary, Federal Ministry of Education, Mr David Adejo, made this commitment in Abuja at the 2022 EdTech Summit and Award with the theme “Industrial Revolution, the Future of Education’.

    Adejo, who was represented by the Deputy Director of ICT in the ministry, Mr Gbenga Oderemi said that the federal government was leveraging on ICT to improve the quality and efficiency of education at all levels.

    According to him, technology has become the driver of competitiveness in our world today and it has redefined productivity and changed the dynamics of production and services.

    “ICT has expanded social networking beyond borders and affected virtually every sector of the world economy.

    “We need to equip our youths with relevant IT skills and empower them for self-reliance and economic growth.

    We must use ICT to improve the life of our citizens and for social transformation.

    “We are also providing greater access for the learners in basic and senior secondary.

    Some of our initiatives include; development of a National ICT in Education policy; training of teachers on basic ICT skills; and the provision of an e-learning portal for students across the country,” he said.

    Also speaking, the Chief Executive Officer of AFRITEX, Oyesola Oworu said the summit was geared towards the emergence and development of the ecosystem, which he said was lagging for the future of education.

    Oworu said that Nigeria had about 20 million out-of-school children roaming the streets hence the need for quick response to fix it  through technology.

    “The world is not waiting for Nigeria even though Nigeria is sleeping for the next one hundred years, the world is moving.

    They have gone and we are only trying to catch up with them.

    “We have to meet the world where it is right now and we need to have this ecosystem developed so that everyone can come together.

    “We are also planning to launch what we call Nigeria Educational Technology Alliance because a summit once in a year like this is not sufficient for us to be able to develop the ecosystem,” he said.


    NewsSourceCredit: NAN

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