In their quest to improve the quality of education Ogun State and make the State the Hub of 4th Industrial Revolution in Africa, the founders of TedPrime Hub have embarked on a mission to train Computer Science Teachers to become STEM youth Mentors in Ogun State Secondary schools
The Project which would cut across 200 public and private schools, model and Government Science and Technical Colleges in its first phase have been periodically structured between September
The Project tagged ‘The Codeliners’ advocates the exploration of coding and programming skills of our students and make them become problem solvers through the development of local applications to solve today’s societal challenges and make Computer Science subject more engaging to the students.
At the Event Flag Off which was held in Abeokuta Grammar School, The US Consulate Representative, Darcy Zotter commended the initiators in supporting the ideals of United States Government Commitment to the development of critical sectors in Nigeria and Africa and urged the participants to embrace this initiative in the advancement of robotics education and Artificial Intelligence which is already the hallmark of the next generation.
Speaking at the Event, Mr Kehinde Sogunle of Lead Resources urged participants to find their space in the new economic and industrial revolution the world is witnessing to avert being spectators in the new ecosystem.
The Ogun State Commissioner for Education and The Chairman, Teaching Service Commission in separate addresses gave the initiative a positive welcome into Ogun State Education system and appreciate the inputs of the Facilitators of this initiative and US Government Exchange Alumni Members, Adeeko Olalekan of Teaching Excellence and Achievement Program and Odeogbola Ayodele of Mandela Washington Fellowship for Young African Leaders.
The Chairman Board of Trustees of the Computer Teachers Association of Nigeria thanked all the stakeholders for their support towards the development of Ogun State Education Sector and Nigeria.