Rivers Commissioner for Education, Ms Lawrence Nemi, on Thursday said government would soon implement a new senior secondary school curriculum in the state.
Nemi told newsmen in Port Harcourt that the new curriculum would better equip students with requisite knowledge for higher academic pursuits.
She said the curriculum would also focus on teaching students moral values as a way of checking the growing social decadence amongst some students.
According to her, the state government is now ready to implement the curriculum in all of its senior secondary schools across the state.
Nemi said that teachers working in the state would be trained on the new curriculum.