Largest digital classroom in Africa unveiled
Lagos State government has unveiled the EkoDigitalSchool.com website, an online learning platform designed to engage students in classroom activities.
Lagos plans to build more schools to cater for out-of-school children
Lagos State Government has expressed its readiness to build more schools to encourage enrolment of school-age children and take care of out-of-school children.
Lagos approves full reopening of schools
The Lagos State Government has approved the full re-opening of schools for all classes in public and private schools across the state from Monday, 2nd of November, 2020. Boarding house students in public schools are to resume on Sunday, November 1. Lagos State education commissioner Folasade Adefisayo while announcing the approval said 2020 has been…
Lagos govt orders pupils to stay at home
The Lagos State Government has directed public and private school pupils to stay at home following the tension generated by the anti-SARS protests.
Lagos orders resumption of remaining classes in public, private schools
The state’s Commissioner for Education, Mrs. Folasade Adefisayo, who disclosed this, yesterday, said that this decision was taken after careful deliberations and consultations with relevant stakeholders, including safety professionals and nursery school providers.
Educationists, parents raise concerns over learning quality as states cancel third term
“I’m going to Primary Five!” Akinfemi announced gleefully to his parents at their Academy home in Ibadan, Oyo State. “I’m going to JSS Two!” her sister, Feyisara, joined in the jubilation.
Lagos targets 1.5m students for CBT software empowerment
The Lagos State Government, in partnership with Chronicles Software Development Company, has concluded plans to empower 1.5 million students in Computer-Based Test, (CBT) preparation software in the state after months of lockdown of schools occasioned by the COVID-19 pandemic. This is coming as the government concluded plans to distribute free SuccessBOX (www.successbox.net) to West…
Blind School graduates 28
- Gets learning aids from Australian High Commission As a way of narrowing the pool of virtually-impaired persons in the society, who resort to soliciting for alms as their mainstay, the Federal Nigeria Society for the Blind (FNSB), Oshodi, Lagos State, recently graduated 28 students from its vocational training centre. The 63-year-old centre, which has…
Innovative teaching methods, panacea to challenges of modern learning
Schoolteachers at basic education levels have been charged to embrace effective and innovative teaching methods that are capable of addressing the challenges of 21st century learning.