Stakeholders want curriculum on inclusive education modified
Stakeholders who attended the “2019 Train-the-Trainers,” workshop on Special and Inclusive Education for teachers in Lagos State have stressed the need for the reformation of the curriculum to guarantee comprehensive learning to beneficiaries.
Mike Okonkwo writing competition entries open
Over the years, the Mike Okonkwo National Essay Competition for secondary school students has helped in reshaping the thought pattern of students to develop problem-solving skills.
Turkish varsities woo Nigerian students with 90% scholarship offer
The Federal Government has signed a bilateral agreement on international education to give students access to study in over 70 public universities in Turkey.
Government must deploy technology to meet 21st century learning challenges’
Deputy President, Association of Proprietors of Private Schools (NAPPS), Chief Yomi Otubela has charged government at all levels to implement the use of technology in the education sector to meet 21st century teaching and learning challenges.
Group honours Caleb varsity founder, Ola Adebogun
For his support towards the nation’s educational system, the Northern Youth Council of Nigeria (NYCN) recently honoured the founder of Caleb University, Imota, Dr. Ola Adebogun.
Don laments government’s poor investment in human capital
Eminent scholar and member of The Guardian editorial board, Mr Francis Onaiyekan has deplored the failure of successive leaders in the country to invest in education and invariably, human capital.
Educationist tasks FG on sports development
Principal, Federal Government College Ijanikin, Dr Olufunmilayo Essien has called on the federal government to pay more attention to sporting activities in secondary...
Stakeholders seek effective collaborations for down syndrome pupils
To mark the 2019 ‘World Down Down_Syndrome Day’, stakeholders have again called for acceptance and inclusion of people with the health challenge in all societal affairs.