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18 Nov
Ebenezer Comprehensive High School Old Students Association (ECHSOSA), Ijaye Ojokoro, Lagos State, recently celebrated their 50 years anniversary, which provided an opportunity
18 Nov
The Secretary to Rivers State Government, Dr. Tammy Danagogo, has urged parents in the state not to deny their wards education because of inability to pay their school fees.
18 Nov
Out of over 50,000 participants drawn across the globe for this year’s International Maths Olympiad Challenge (IMOC), four students of Greensprings School have been accorded International Maths Olympiad
11 Nov
There are claims that sexual abuse is on the rise in Nigeria. And these abuses also commonly happen in schools. Interestingly, these claims are supported with statistics.
11 Nov
On August 6, the Federal Government renamed the Ministry of Science and Technology as Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation. Nigeria is desirous of turning technological know-how into innovative successes.
11 Nov
Experts have called on teachers to equip themselves with the right digital skills to enable them prepare learners for the future of work.
11 Nov
Chief Executive Officer of Sastoma Empowerment Foundation (STEFO), Dr. Stella Ebuetse, has lamented the dearth of English/literature teachings at the secondary level, saying this has further ..
5 Nov
Coventry University looks forward to meeting prospective students in Nigeria at the eagerly awaited events in November. Book your place at an “Evening with Coventry” and discover the opportunities that await you at a University now top 30 in the world for international students ratio in the QS World University Rankings 2022. You can meet…
4 Nov
As part of efforts to reduce the number of out-of-school children in the country, a non-governmental organisation, Empowering Africans Through Education Initiative, (EAE) has awarded N140, 000 worth of scholarship
4 Nov
Vice Chancellor, Bowen University, Iwo, Osun State, Prof Joshua Ogunwole, has expressed gratitude to governor Gboyega Oyetola over the essay competition put up to celebrate the state’s 30 years of existence.
4 Nov
Vice chancellor, Crawford University, Igbesa, Ogun State, Prof Reuben Jiya Kolo, has disclosed that the institution was established to train its students to be job creators and not job seekers.
4 Nov
Proprietor and Director of Studies, Bafuto Institute of Management and Information Technology, Banjo Adekunle, has asserted that despite the challenges trailing Information and Communication Technology (ICT), its relevance cannot be over-emphasised.

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