With all these, students will be required to attend school regularly and punctually every day. They will also be required to contribute to orderly and safe learning environments in addition to respecting the rights of other learners.
They will also be required to “comply with the rules, regulations, and policies regarding discipline of the school and relevant institution.” Rehabilitation centres will be established to deal with errant students and rescue centres set up to cater for vulnerable girls in pastoralist communities. The reforms, however, demand that students be involved in decision-making through school advisory councils or committees.
Godia said part of the requirements would be the establishment of a minimum of three streams in each secondary school and to improve management to provide value on returns on investment. He said specialised pathways would be introduced in the curriculum to reduce the annual wastage.