Oyo state government said it is in collaboration with the Broadcasting Corporation of Oyo State (BCOS) to commence school on air through video and radio Broadcast, for the Secondary School students in Oyo State.
Barr. Olasunkanmi Olaleye, Commissioner for Education, stated this in a statement issued on Saturday and obtained by the newsmen
Barr. Olaleye said in view of the prevailing situation of COVID-19, Governor Seyi Makinde has made an alternative structure for learning at home for all students, particularly SSS3 students who are at the verge of sitting for the WAEC and NECO.
“Also, the students will be able to take advantage of e-library via the Ministry of Education website, www.oysgedu.ng to access learning materials and videos prepared by competent and experienced teachers.
“All stakeholders (teachers, parents, guardians and students) are therefore called upon to assist the students at this critical time to take advantage of the Ministry of education e-library, self-assessment questions, e-school and also watch BCOS Television and Radio daily for the educational broadcast.” he said.