The State of Osun has been described as a trail blazer in digital education amidst other states in Nigeria by driving its educational system from a rotten analogue to a digitized one. This was the submission of the Board Chairman, Teacher’s Establishment and Pension Office (TEPO), Mr. Tope Ogunleye, in his closing remark at the end of the three-day seminar organized for School Principals in the State by TEPO.
Mr. Ogunleye appealed to the Principals to always encourage their students to show more commitment to learning amidst the reform and change in the state’s educational system. The TEPO Board Chairman thanked the school administrators for their excellent attitude to the seminar and urged them to make their observations, challenges, and proffer solutions to TEPO on the reform and digitization of education in the state.
In his vote of thanks, the Permanent Secretary of TEPO, Mr. Moses Olayinka, eulogized Ogbeni Rauf Adesoji Aregbesola and his Deputy, Mrs. Titi Laoye-Tomori for giving adequate support and enablement for the success of the seminar. The Permanent Secretary thanked the Board Chairman, the Directors, and other management team of the establishment for always being supportive.