EdoBEST

Edo Basic Education Sector Transformation programme

Impact

The EdoBEST Effect

In February 2019, the Edo state government commissioned a report called The EdoBEST Effect.
Korey Torres

Classroom culture

EdoBEST teachers are 54% more likely to praise their students and motivate them to succeed.
Terry Dennis

Learning Gains

EdoBEST pupils get nearly three-quarters of a year more math instruction.
Katy Gilmore

Impact

The EdoBEST Effect

In February 2019, the Edo state government commissioned a report called The EdoBEST Effect
Korey Torres

EdoBEST Excellence

Representatives from the World Bank, Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, and UNICEF were in Edo state recently to understudy and assess the EdoBEST Programme. As part of their visit, they paid a courtesy call to His Excellency, Governor Godwin Obaseki in the company of the Executive Chairman of Edo SUBEB Mrs. Ozavize E. Salami.

Recognition of EdoBEST leadership in Education

Community

Pupils

Meet Success Ehigie, a Primary 4 pupil of Family Support Programme (FSP) Primary School.

Teachers

Mrs. Joy Osezua is a teacher at Asoro Grammar School and a graduate of University of Benin.

SUBEB

Edo SUBEB was established as a Parastatal as enshrined in the National UBE Act of 2004.