The President of the Rotary Club of Lagos, Mrs. Gladys Modupe Sasore, has said that the club would work towards restoring the dying reading culture among Nigerian youths. Sasore, who spoke at the club’s second annual president’s dinner in Lagos State....
Learning under spectre of abduction, terrorism
When penultimate week, Governor Kashim Shettima of Borno State, alleged that the N500 million set aside by the Goodluck Jonathan-led administration for the rebuilding of the Government Girls Secondary School, Chibok, under the Safe School Initiative....
VC of UNILORIN alleges mudslinging by factional ASUU
The Vice Chancellor of University of Ilorin, Professor Abdulganiyu Ambali, has carpeted factional members of the institution’s chapter of Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU), for allegedly engaging in a campaign of calumny against the university.
Lack of facilities aiding production of poor quality teachers, says TRCN boss
The Registrar of Teachers Registration Council of Nigeria (TRCN), Professor Josiah Olusegun Ajiboye, has said that most facilities that would have aided the production of highly qualified professional teachers are “lacking in our education system....
NECO offers to boost mathematics quiz
Owing to the imperativeness of mathematics education to national development, the National Examination Council (NECO) has reiterated its commitment towards ensuring continuous success of Cowbellpedia Secondary School Mathematics TV Quiz show.
Stakeholders chart path to rejuvenate sector in 2017
There is no gainsaying the fact that the country’s education sector needs total rejuvenation in view of mounting challenges that are besetting it, which also contribute to its stunted growth.
Despite recession, quest for overseas learning grows, says Dosunmu
He hinted that the vast benefits of overseas education far outweighs its challenges, as parents that recognise these benefits have not relented in providing their kids with the best.
UNESCO, POWA to reduce out-of-school children by 500,000 yearly
The UNESCO Read and Earn programme, in synergy with the Police Officers Wives Association (POWA), have begun working towards reducing the number of out-of-children in the country by 500,000 annually...
Blind pupils task National Assembly, FG on persons with disability bill
He therefore urged the Federal Government and the National Assembly, to close ranks and ensure the passage of the Bill without delay in order to improve the plight of people with disability.
Quality education crucial to nation building, says VC
The Vice Chancellor of Christopher University, Mowe, Ogun State, Prof. Friday Ndubuisi, has said that poorly educated persons are involuntarily hamstrung when it comes to contributing their quota to nation building.