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9 Sep
The need to integrate indigenous languages with digital education resources in line with 21st century expectations has prompted stakeholders in the education sector to initiate and seek public-private partnership to boost availability of these resources to students in Nigeria.
27 May
As the world celebrates this year’s Children’s Day, a non-governmental organisation, Skool Media Nigeria limited, has assured of continuous intervention in digital learning to make Nigerian schools competitive and relevant in the 21st century.
6 Aug 2020
The Director General, Development Agenda for Western Nigeria (DAWN) commission, Mr. Seye Oyeleye, has warned against exclusion of indigent children...
15 Aug 2018
The Federal Government has announced its partnership with a Chinese technology firm, NetDragon Websoft Holdings, targeted at establishing digital education institute and provision of smart learning classrooms across the country. The Senior Special Assistant to the President on Sustainable Development Goals, Princess Adejoke Orelope-Adefulire, disclosed this on Monday in a statement by her media assistant,…

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