Chairman of the Committee, Folorunso Bamisayemi, who spoke on behalf of the members, gave the advice while hosting the Permanent Secretary and the management of the Ministry of Education including the Tutor-General representing the three senatorial districts of the state.
He said the welfare of teachers, pupils and even the stakeholders cannot be compromised, saying the issue of welfare is germane since education remains the bedrock of all forms of development in the world.
On teachers transfer, the chairman stated that the newly recruited teachers have to start their service at the rural areas to solve the problem of lack of teachers in the rural areas in line with the policy of the present administration.
While urging the education authorities to carry along the committee, he said the committee is essentially put in place to assist and move education forward in the state.
Also, the Permanent Secretary of the Ministry, Mr. Lawrence Oyeniran, had said that the ministry had been working hard to move education forward in the state.
The Tutor-General in charge of Osun West Senatorial District, Mr. Oyebamiji Adisa, who spoke on behalf of his colleagues, said they have been meeting the school heads regularly with the aim of charting ways of improving the education sector in the state.