Why Nigerian tertiary institutions are poorly rated internationally, by provost
PROVOST of Adeniran Ogunsanya College of Education (AOCOED), Ijanikin, Lagos, Mr. Wasiu Bashorun, says irregular academic calendars, non-adherence to rules and ethics were some of the problems responsible for the persistent poor performance of Nigerian tertiary institutions in international ratings. Bashorun spoke in Lagos on the sidelines of the send forth ceremony organised for the…
Expect your entitlements without agitation, Ajigbefun assures AAUA staff
Vice Chancellor, Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba Akoko, Ondo State, Professor Igbekele Ajibefun, has assured the institution’s workforce of the management’s resolve to give them their entitlements and privileges without agitation.
Learning Impact, others train stakeholders on school management
School owners, administrators and teachers from various centres of learning in Abuja were recently exposed to some contemporary strategies to effectively manage their schools to boost productivity of the workforce towards attaining corporate objectives, including excellence in teaching and learning.
Experts advise parents to read books to children
EXPERTS in education have advised parents to read books to their children, irrespective of how young the latter may be. The experts, who spoke in Lagos recently during a spelling competition organised for students in Lagos State public primary schools, as part of activities to mark the 10th anniversary of Educational Aid Global Initiative (Edu-Aid)EXPERTS in education have advised parents to read books to their children, irrespective of how young the latter may be.
Strides of an ‘accidental’ rector
Like other tertiary institutions owned by Lagos State government, the Lagos State Polytechnic (LASPOTEC), also had its fair share of regular hiccups, with one of the last being a cult clash in which some lives were lost a few years ago.
Tinubu counsels students to embrace good morals, others
WITH the conclusion that the major challenge hampering growth and development in the country remains the absence of godly leaders in all facet of the nation’s economy, senator representing Lagos Central Senatorial District, Oluremi Tinubu, has charged Nigerian students to embrace good morals and decent behaviours.
TOSSE conference to address 21st century schooling needs
School owners, managers and teachers seeking new ideas on how to run their schools and improve productivity have been advised to avail themselves of the opportunities that the seventh edition of the Total School Support Seminar/Exhibition (TOSSE) presents.
Ondo moves to regulate free school bus shuttle scheme
Ondo State Executive Council has forwarded a bill to regulate the activities of its free school shuttle bus scheme to the state House of Assembly for consideration.
Govt tasks administrators on discipline, morals in schools
THE Federal Government has urged school administrators in the country to always strive to impart discipline and sound morals in their students and teachers for the overall good of the society
How Buhari can lift education, by academics
Although President Muhammadu Buhari is yet to divulge a feasible plan of how his administration intends to revamp the ailing education sector in the country, hopes are high, and expectations are rising that the administration may address the neglect the sector has suffered.