Agitations to award degrees by COEs unnecessary, unfounded
The most important aim of education is the cultivation of moral values; these are values that make it possible for people to live in and be happy in the society.
48 Lagos schools benefit from agriculture projects
Forty-eight secondary schools are benefiting from 91 agricultural projects at the behest of the School Agriculture Programme (SAP) of Lagos State government.
UNIABUJA, NASRDA collaborate to boost food security
The University of Abuja and the National Space Research and Development Agency (NASRDA), are to collaborate towards developing weather early warning system that would ...
Educationist laments rising quackery among teachers
The rising tide of quacks masquerading as teachers in the country’s education system remains a potent source of pain to the director of Bridge End International School, Calabar, Cross River State ...
Rallying to tame amorous lecturers
Mid last year, a part-time lecturer at the University of Lagos, Afeez Baruwa, allegedly raped an 18-year-old girl seeking admission into the University of Lagos.
Osun partners ISLD to improve pupils’ English language literacy, proficiency
Osun State is partnering with the Institute of Learning and Skills Development, to improve elementary school pupils’ English language literacy and proficiency through synthetic phonics.
Ace musician, Dakolo, cautions parents against forcing career on children
For parents who are in the habit of forcing careers on their children, a subtle advise has come from ace musician, Timi Dakolo, to them.
China to deploy more Chinese teachers to Nigeria
Plans are afoot by the Confucius Institute (CI), University of Lagos (UNILAG), to bring into the country, more Chinese language teachers from China to meet the growing demand ...