INOYO TORO FOUNDATION

Promoting Teaching Excellence in Akwa Ibom State Public Secondary Schools

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The Inoyo Toro Foundation trains teachers and promotes teachers’ certification. The Foundation does not only recognize the achievements of teachers, but also provides training and skills enhancement opportunities to enhance their career and make them better teachers. The foundation also provides the platform to facilitate teachers’ certification by recognized institutions and bodies.

WHAT WE DO

ANNUAL TEACHERS AWARD FOR EXCELLENCE

By focusing on the achievements of teachers, and rewarding them, the Foundation aims at restoring the integrity and pride of our teachers…READ MORE

CONDUCT PERIODIC SURVEYS

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TRAIN TEACHERS AND PROMOTE TEACHERS' CERTIFICATION

The Foundation does not only recognize the achievements of teachers, but also provides training and skills enhancement opportunities to enhance…READ MORE

PROMOTE INNOVATION AND INVENTION INITIATIVES

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LATEST EVENT

The ceremony to mark the 12th anniversary of the Inoyo Toro Foundation was held on the 8th of November 2019. The event started at 9am with the award ceremonies- a sharp departure in the program schedule, which usually begins with the mentoring session for invited students from public secondary schools.

The award ceremony was preceded by a welcome address by Dr. Enobong Joshua, who is the Chairman of the Foundation’s Screening Committee. The screening committee chair used the opportunity to reiterate the fact that the Foundation has used the past 12 years striving to complement the effort of the Government of Akwa Ibom State in proffering solutions that would galvanize the education sector for greater productivity. Dr. Joshua touched on the motivation of teachers as being the key to overall students’ achievements. These motivations include training and financial rewards for excellence, a corner stone of the Foundation’s initiatives in the past 12 years. He stated that the 2019 awards covered the subject areas of Mathematics, English language, Physics, Chemistry and Biology. To emerge winner a teacher had to score at least 70%, 60% and 50% to place 1st, 2nd and 3rd place respectively. Following this formulae there was no 1st place winner for the mathematics subject area in 2019.

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