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Sterling Bank supports teachers


Sterling Bank Plc said it is lending support to a programme organised by The Teaching Network Foundation (TTNF) in a bid to improve the quality of teachers in Nigeria’s education sector.

The programme with the theme:  Introducing and Developing a Sustainable Assessment Strategy to Improve Teaching and Learning, was held at the Scholars Crest International School, Ikeja in Lagos over the weekend. The guest speaker was Nicholas Dunn, the  International Assessment Resources Manager, Hodder Education, United Kingdom (UK)

Speaking on the programme, Education Sector Lead, Sterling Bank, Eniola Obe, said the bank decided to support the programme as part of a deliberate effort to contribute to the welfare of teachers and improve them professionally because they are the most important factor in the school system.

She said the bank is focused on education with a view to improving the quality of infrastructure in schools by providing modern technological equipment to teach children who are already technologically savvy. According to her, the bank is also interested in the education sector because it seeks to create a conducive environment for teaching as well as improve the quality of teachers.

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