The Kwara Government on Friday said it had closed down 10 private schools built with wooden slabs and operating without due authorisation from the state government.
Doubt, nod for sector reform’s roadmap
The recent launch of the draft “Education for Change: A Ministerial Strategic Plan (2016-2019), by the Federal Government, signalled the commencement of yet another journey ...
Why PAU engages in practice-oriented teaching, research
This is a very important issue for us. We are very clear that we want to build a world-class university and that it would be a huge mistake for us to react to the current economic situation ...
Effective, efficient teacher-training antidote for mass failure
In order to improve the quality of education in the country, and curb the rising case of mass failure in examination, effective, efficient training and retraining of teachers remains critical.
Borno awards N1.6b contracts for nine mega primary schools
Borno State government has awarded contracts valued at N1.6b for the building of nine mega primary schools across the state, in a bid to address the issue of out-of-school and street children across the state.
41,161 graduates benefit from government internship scheme
About 41,161 graduates have benefited from the Graduate Internship Scheme (GIS).
Mathematics teacher in Akwa Ibom proffers unorthodox solution to teaching subject
To bolster students’ interest in the study of mathematics, a mathematics teacher at Pegasus High School, Eket, Akwa Ibom State, Mrs. Essien Bassey, wants her colleagues ...
WAEC introduces e-marker with Nov/Dec WASSCE
The West African Examination Council (WAEC) says it has introduced e-marker in the assessment of theoretical questions. With this development marking of this set of questions ...
Polytechnics crucial to economic diversification, says rector
Polytechnics remain some of the most relevant academic institutions that have the capacity to assist the Federal Government to realise its economic development plans ...