‘Government should supervise, monitor funds going into education sector’
Mrs. Iyiola Olatokunbo Edun is the Executive Director of Grace Schools Gbagada, Lagos. In this interview with ENO BASSEY, she proffers solutions to falling education standards in Nigeria
Budget renovation of shame
The recent budget insertion of thirty-seven billion naira by the National Assembly for its renovation is extremely insensitive and cruel, to say the least.
Good governance: APC governors’ Forum rates Kano high
The APC Progressive Governors’ Forum has rated Kano State as leading all other states for the third time in the areas of security, infrastructural development, health, education
Foundation commissions ultra-modern school complex
A non-governmental organization, Sir. Emeka Okwuosa Foundation, with a focus on providing education, food, wellness and health facilities, is set to commission an ultra-modern school complex
Ex-commissioner decries state of classrooms in Lagos
Former Commissioner for Education in Lagos State, Olorunfunmi Bashorun has decried the state of classrooms in the state schools, describing same as worrisome.
Neglect is a form of child abuse, says school counsellor
One major form of abuse that is common but not often acknowledged is the absence of care in a child’s life and this has adverse effect on the academic performance of pupils
Future of education lies in private institutions, says Okojie
Former Executive Secretary, National Universities Commission (NUC), Professor Julius Okojie, has said that the future of education in Nigeria lies with private universities.
Kodak Black Releases His Prison-To-Do List
On the heels of getting sentenced to 46 months in prison, Kodak's willing to get a college diploma by the time he gets out. He is interested in pursuing business and marketing. The federal prison in Florida where he's doing his time offers classes, and he plans to register, according to TMZ. His plan…