Educationist cautions against inhibiting talents in children
IT was an afternoon looked forward to by pupils, teachers and parents. And at the end of the session, every one departed the auditorium with the conclusion that the 2015 Elementary Charity Music Festival of Greensprings School, Lekki, Lagos State, was worth their time.
‘Spearhead birth of a ‘new Nigeria’
Having been drilled in what she chose to call “the finest university in Nigeria,” and “Africa’s premier development university, and on a day they were handed their degree scrolls in the presence of loved ones, President of the American University of Nigeria (AUN) Yola, Adamawa State, Dr. Margie Ensign, and National Chairman of the All Progressives Party (APC) Mr. John Odigie-Oyegun, have tasked the Class of 2015 of the institution to unleash their potentials and contribute their quota to the emergence of “a new Nigeria.”
Sack of varsities’ council chairmen illegal, says ASUU
THE Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU), University of Ibadan (UI) branch Tuesday described the sack of university council chairmen in Nigerian public universities by the Federal Government as illegal and a flagrant abuse of the autonomy of universities.
Dangers of denying students with special needs sex education
ONE of the most basic definitions of sex education is that it is an instruction on issues relating to human sexuality, including human sexual anatomy, sexual reproduction, sexual activities, reproductive health, emotional relations, reproductive rights and responsibilities, sexual abstinence and birth control.
‘We will re-model, reposition NECO’
YOU have been in office for about a month now. How has it been? Incidentally today is one month since I resumed office as the Registrar and Chief Executive of the National Examination Council (NECO). I must be honest with you, it has been quite challenging in a number of ways. One.
Becoming a nation of outward investors requires investment in capacity building, says Fawole
AS a new entrant in Nigeria, how has the reception been and how prepared are you for the competition in Lagos Business School? Regenesys has made a remarkable impact thus far and there is growing recognition of the school.
Adeduro urges Nigeria to under-study Indian educational system
CONSEQUENT upon the growth of the Indian economy, which has been linked to the success of its education sector, Chairman of Banquaires–SMS Consultants, Dr. Felix Adeduro, has advised Nigerian government and policy makers to work closely with India in the area of education so as to learn how the country’s education system has impacted on its economy.
e-Learning, future of tertiary education in Nigeria, says Awosika
YOU recently secured a partnership with Babcock University and have since deployed this innovation to Obafemi Awolowo University (OAU), how was this feat achieved? We have a dedicated team of experts who didn’t let the many challenges faced get in the way of making this dream move forward in Nigerian education.
Methodist Church wants full handover of schools before May 29
The Methodist Church has called on the Enugu State Government to handover public schools in the state to their original owners before May 29.
6,159 pupils drop out of school in Enugu
No fewer than 6,159 public primary school pupils dropped out of school in Enugu State between 2013 and 2014
Firm, varsity unfold plans to train more students on IT education
Aptech Nigeria and MiddleSex University, have entered into a partnership to provide ample learning opportunities to Nigerian students through Career Quest 2015. According to the Vice President, Business Development, Aptech Nigeria, Vijay Kumar Gargipati, the programme specially designed for young graduates tagged, “Aptech Certified Computer Professional” (ACCP) is a two-year career programme in Information Systems…