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Brief History of Subeb

  • The historical development of formal education in this state has generally been a long one. It could be traced back to the 10th to 12th century when the renowned Islamic scholar and preacher Muhammad Al Maghili and others helped in the establishment of Islamic laws and Islamic schools in Kano State. With the advent of the 18th century missionaries and colonialist came first contact of Nigerians to western education. They established Missionary Schools and by early 19th century, western education began to become rooted in the south. The Northern part of the country came into contact with Western/Primary education at later age. Kano Province had its first western school establishment in 1909 by one of the colonialists’ administrators, Hans Vischer (Dan-Hausa). The school meant for the training of local teachers. In the same year, a boarding school was opened in Kano for the sons of chiefs from the Northern States. The whole idea was to get the local community accept the new education systems, which the northerners had always been suspicious of.

  • The pupil’s enrolment in 1909 was only 209 and the pupils were drawn from several towns in the Northern provinces, mainly Ilorin and Sokoto. Even though schools were establishment in more areas of the North like Zaria province, the development of western education in Kano Province remained very slow compared to what was obtained in some others states of the federation...... Read More

Executive Chairman

Dr. Danlami Hayyo

Our Vission

High quality Basic Education for all School Age Children for Self-Reliance and Continued Education!

Mission

We shall Ensure Efficiency, Effectiveness and Transparency in the mobilization and utilization of Resources for the Delivery of High Quality Basic Education in Kano State.