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Implementation of Standard Specifications on Secondary School Facilities in Etsako West Local Government Area, Edo State: Recommendations

Implementation of Standard Specifications on Secondary School Facilities in Etsako West Local Government Area, Edo State: RecommendationsThe greatest legacy a child would have from his parents in particular and the nation in general is education. It is surely an investment to man. Among other things, if quality education is given to the recipients, higher levels of attainment would be achieved and the education industry would attract high rate of recognition.
Environment for learning must be stable and should there be positive changes, it then shows that meaningful learning is taking place. Such changes must mean that classrooms are adequate and reflect the standard specified. Class size must the stipulated number, every child should have the opportunity of owing a chair and a table and be comfortable during lessons.
Facilities need to be maintained regularly to ensure a longer life span. If facilities are well secured, vandalism by the community will not occur. Enough funds are indispensable if standard specifications are to be implemented.
1.    A school whose population is up to 1,000 students should have 30 classrooms while schools with up to 800 students should have 27 number of classrooms so as to reduce class size.
2.    Classrooms must be spacious enough to promote a hands-on inter-disciplinary learning. A variety of spaces within the classroom support teacher/student relationship.
3.    School desks and chairs should be provided for every child so as to achieve a positive learning outcome on the children.
4.    Facilities provided in schools should be adequate enough to cater for the enrollment in the school. While implementing schools’ facilities, they must be in the standard specified so that the goals of education would be achieved.
5.    Grants to education must meet with the required percentage as stipulated by UNESCO.
6.    Schools should employ security agents to help take care of facilities to prevent vandalisation.