Nigeria and burden of cultism in primary, secondary schools

They pushed him to the ground. He landed on his face. One of the boys grabbed him by the scruff of his neck. “Kneel down,...

Education ministries appointment must go beyond politics, says Yinka Ogunde

Mrs. Yinka Ogunde is the Chief Executive Officer, Edumark Consulting, an education and marketing consulting firm. In this interview with UJUNWA ATUEYI, she maintained...

Udom urges review of course curriculum in state poly, offers N100m grant

Governor Udom Emmanuel of Akwa Ibom State has tasked authorities of the state-owned polytechnic to incorporate entrepreneurial development in the institution’s curriculum to facilitate...

Lagos schools target Stockholm water prize awards

Three public and two private secondary schools will represent Lagos State at the 2019 National Stockholm Junior Water Prize Finals Competition holding at the...

AOCOED graduates 5674 teachers, seeks improved funding

About 5674 graduating students of Adeniran Ogunsanya College of Education (AOCOED), from the full time NCE programme, School of Part-time Studies, and Centre for...

Alumni seek N20 million to improve girl-child education

Queen of the Rosary Old Girls’ Association (QROGA) has urged the Federal Government to place more emphasis on funding the girl-child education nationwide. The post...

The gown goes to town in tatters as crisis deepens in UNILAG

Power, corruption, and conspiracy – the staples of the raging controversy rocking the University of Lagos (UNILAG) to its core. The crisis seems to...

Zuriel Oduwole: The passionate global female education advocate and filmmaker

Zuriel Elise Oduwole is an amazing 14-year-old female education advocate and filmmaker. She is among people in the forefront of the campaign for the...

Group tasks Lagos on qualitative, inclusive education

Lagos State Government has been implored to remove all barriers to qualitative and inclusive education in order to have a better and developed society....

Scrutinising university teachers’ qualification

In January 2015, the report of the Needs Assessment on Nigerian universities had shown that less than 50 percent of lecturers had doctoral degrees. The...
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