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Academic Standard: NAPPS Seeks Govt Partnership

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ENUGU-The Chairman of Enugu State Chapter of the National Association of Proprietors of Private Schools (NAPPS), an umbrella body for private school owners in Nigeria, Mr. Ernest Ike Ugwu, has called for collaboration with government at all levels to cut down cost of school fees being paid by students across the country.

Ugwu stated this in Enugu on Saturday during the annual training programme organized for proprietors of private schools.

He pleaded with the government to help fund training of private schools teachers and proprietors to compete favorably with their counterparts in other parts of the world.

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Highlighting the challenges facing the association, Ugwu said, “there is the need for the government, public and private schools to liaise to ensure the academic sector was revitalized.

Chairman NAPPS, Enugu State, Ernest Ike Ugwu

NAPPS Chairman advised the proprietors to make good use of the lessons learnt from the exercise for increased productivity within their schools.

Ugwu further noted that the annual training was geared towards preparing the proprietors ahead of a successful academic year, assuring his commitment towards the progress of the organization.

In his speech, one of the facilitators, Henry Nduka, who noted that “training helps to maximize  understanding to gain more worthwhile skills and strategy,” urged the proprietors to seek out training platforms as well as imbibe the use of technology.

While speaking with journalists, Dr. Jay Ugwu, a business consultant and trainer, added that value creation should be one of the watch words for proprietors.

He stressed that proprietors should endeavor to make a great difference in the lives of the learners entrusted to their care.

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