Male secondary school students are currently demonstrating against the state government’s new policy to separate boys and girls in schools on the streets of Bauchi.
The administration has finalized plans to separate male and female pupils in secondary schools in the state, according to Mr. Aliyu Tilde, the commissioner for education in the state of Bauchi.
Tilde stated that the proposal would only be carried out whenever and wherever it is feasible while speaking to reporters after a State Executive Council (SEC) meeting in Bauchi.
He added that the goal was to combat the moral decay that has become pervasive among secondary youngsters.
He predicted that private schools would take the lead from this endeavor and split the genders in separate institutions, with the males attending their academic activities in one facility and the girls in another.