”Over 21,000 Teachers Failed Primary 4 Exams in Kaduna” -Gov. Nasir El-Rufai | See Copies of the Exam Questions

The Kaduna State government has disclosed that about 21,780 out of 33,000 teachers did not score up to 75 per cent when asked to write examinations meant for primary four pupils.

This was made known by the state Governor Nasir el-Rufai while announcing recruitment plans when he received a World Bank’s delegation in Kaduna on Monday, Premium Times reports.

According to El-Rufai, they are now looking for 25,000 new teachers in other to restore dignity and quality education to the state.

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”We tested our 33,000 primary school teachers, we gave them primary four examinations and required they must get at least 75 percent but I am sad to announce that 66 percent of them failed to get the requirements.

The hiring of teachers in the past was politicized and we intend to change that by bringing in young and qualified primary school teachers to restore the dignity of education in the state.”

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He added that teachers would be redeployed across the state to balance the issue of teacher-pupil ratio.

”We have a challenge with the teacher-pupil ratio in the urban schools; there is concentration of teachers that are not needed.

In some local government areas, it’s a teacher-pupil ratio of 1-9 while in some places it’s 1-100,” he said.

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Here are the copies of the exam questions…

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In a bid to improve the education sector, El-Rufai said the school directors decided to enroll their children in public schools starting from this academic session.

Also, the World Bank representative, Dr. Kunle Adekola, expressed appreciation to the state government for stepping up to improve quality education in the state.

“This state has demonstrated and supported us to achieve our goals,” he said.

According to him, the Bank would invest N30 million in Rigasa Primary School, which has a population of about 22,000 pupils, as part of its support for the state.

This is a big shame! If they can’t answer those questions correctly, so what have they been teaching the kids?

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