BY AMAKA ABAYOMI
Secondary school students have decried the introduction of the 39 new subjects in this year’s May/ June examinations, saying most of the subjects still lack teachers.
Speaking with Vanguard, the students said not having qualified teachers to handle the subjects would defeat the aim of introducing these subjects.
According to the students, “The initiative is a brilliant one, especially when you consider the fact that some students leave school without any hope of knowing what next to do.
English Language, General Mathematics, Civic Education and Trade/Entrepreneurial Studies are compulsory for student who would also choose three or four subjects from Humanities, Science, Technology and Business Studies depending on their potential and interest.