NOUN new VC assures on quality, innovative learning
The new Vice Chancellor of National Open University of Nigeria (NOUN), Prof Abdalla Uba Adamu, has assured that his administration will vigorously pursue quality assurance using the National Universities Commission’s ...
DFID partners Lagos govt on school infrastructure
United Kingdom’s Department for International Development (DFID) has expressed readiness to collaborate and support Lagos State government in the area of education, particularly to upgrade infrastructure in schools.
Nigeria’s first secondary school education fair holds in the UK
Often, Nigeria is the first port of call for foreign education investors who are hunting for students in the West African sub-region.
Foundation reaffirms commitment to reading habit among children
Ignite Africa Leadership Foundation, a non-governmental organisation, committed to reawakening reading habit among Nigerians particularly the young ones, has expressed willingness to help improve...
‘How innovative education can stimulate human security’
Issues around human security are becoming more pronounced, especially as terrorism activities are getting more pronounced. And to raise the discourse on human security especially in trying times like this...
Logophile Spelling Bee competition excites pupils
Logophile Spelling Bee Competition recently hosted pupils from 10 schools at City Club, Surulere, Lagos. Audience members were thrilled as pupils rack their brains to produce results during the competition...
Bring geography back to education curriculum, association urges govt
Vice President, Association of Nigerian Geographers (ANG), Prof. Kayode Oyeshina, has lamented poor enrolment of secondary schools students in geography subject, even at higher education level.
NASU seeks stakeholder parley on examination malpractices
The Non-Academic Staff Union of Educational and Associated Institutions (NASU) has urged the convocation of all the stakeholders in the education sector...