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24 Nov
A firm, Graduate Guidance Group (GGG) in partnership with 12 universities in the United Kingdom, has organised a talent hunt event in Lagos aimed at linking Nigerian graduates with prospective employers.
24 Nov
The Rotary Club of Abuja has trained 41 teachers on modern skills, ideas and techniques critical to the transformation of the country’s education sector. The Charter President of Rotary Club of Abuja, Mr Adeotun Amori, said the move became necessary to boost teachers’ performances in line with global best practices. Amori spoke at a hybrid…
24 Nov
Stakeholders in the education-technology space have been advised to invest in digital resources to enhance quality of education among girls.
24 Nov
Ghana's Consul General in Lagos, Samata Gifty Bukari, has said for African countries to develop, more efforts should be put into education, with collaborative efforts of citizens.
24 Nov
Sixteen-year-old Senior Secondary School 3 of Isolo Secondary School, Isolo, Aderogba Adenike, has won an inter-school debate organised to commemorate the International Day of the Girl Child by Inner Wheel District 912.
24 Nov
Covenant University (CU), Ota, has emerged the only private university in the league tables, featuring prominently in Business and Economics, Social Sciences, Computer Science, Engineering and Physical Sciences ...
24 Nov
To raise education standard and sustain development in the sector, supervision and monitoring of schools is key. This is why the National Policy on education has supervision as one of its objectives to ensure quality control through regular inspection of schools.
24 Nov
A non-governmental organisation, Tope Dare Foundation (TDF), has donated a 100-bed hostel to the Ondo State government and students of St. Peter’s Unity Secondary School, Akure, as part of efforts to support learning and boost education.
24 Nov
Vice Chancellor, Nnamdi Azikiwe University (NAU), Awka, Prof Charles Esimone, has urged the university’s alumni to increase their contribution to the development of the institution.
24 Nov
Former Vice Chancellor, Federal University of Technology, Akure (FUTA), Prof Adebisi Balogun, has challenged stakeholders in the nation’s education sector and other wealthy Nigerians to assist government in the area of funding higher institutions...
24 Nov
Vice Chancellor, McPherson University, Lagos-Ibadan Expressway, Ogun State, Prof. Francis Igbasan, has expressed the school’s readiness to collaborate with security agencies to ensure that the expressway is kept safe.
24 Nov
One thousand primary and secondary school students have scaled the first round of 2022 edition of mPulse Spelling Bee competition. The shortlisted were participants with highest score from the over 10,000 who registered for the competition.

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The Nigerian Publishers Association (NPA) has commended the Federal Government for granting approval for the teaching of the mother tongue in primary schools across the country, describing it as timely and a way to advance the education sector.
15 mins ago
The MINISTER of Women Affairs and Social Development, Dame Pauline Tallen, while mourning the Labour Party Woman leader, late Victoria Chintex in Kaura Local Council of Kaduna, has called for an end to intimidation and violence against women.
18 mins ago
Our journey to a current bus stop in a Mammy Wagon started on October 1st, 1960 to be specific. There were about 15 drivers of this Mammy Wagon that have driven us to where we are today.
19 mins ago
The Christian Council of Nigeria (CCN) has elected His Grace, Most Rev. David O. C. Onuoha of the Church of Nigeria (Anglican Communion), as president. He becomes the 20th president since Africans took over the leadership of the body....
38 mins ago
Rapid and almost frightening changes have occurred in the world in the past few years. The world in the way we know it is facing existential crises, enormous challenges, socio-economic downturn and global upheavals.