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29 Jul
United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) has called on governments in Sub-Saharan Africa to speed up measures of eliminating gender disparity
13 May
Experts have urged the government at all levels to integrate education with technology to expand access to learning and ensure inclusion.
4 Mar
An educationist, Mrs Oluwakemi Famuyide, has disclosed that students’ academic performance can improve in examinations if changes are made to how they take notes.
22 Feb
A Nigerian education technology startup, Gradely, has launched a homegrown and virtual learning management system
24 Aug 2020
Before the ongoing global pandemic, education in Nigeria was already bedevilled with issues such as poor funding and consequently limited teaching aids such as computers, laboratories and libraries, questionable quality teachers and poor learning environment. Now with schools closed and the government yet to announce learning interventions for public schools, the divide between the rich…
30 Apr 2020
e Lagos State Government has warned private school owners against a plan to resume academic activities for the third term, 2019/2020 session via online teaching.
19 Mar 2020
Experts have canvassed pragmatic communication to boost learning in schools and foster peace in society.
27 Feb 2020
Lecturer of Igbo language, Department of Arts and Social Sciences Education, University of Lagos (UNILAG), Dr. Afoma Okudo, has stressed the need for the implementation of policy
10 Jan 2020
Lagos State Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu yesterday said that learning would be digitised at primary and junior schools in the state to make learning attractive.
17 Oct 2019
The Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) and the Federal Government are always at loggerheads over issues of funding, allowances and better working condition among other demands. 
15 Aug 2019
A girl-child advocate, Bridget Kolade, has enjoined the government to provide compulsory, qualitative and free basic education for children to reduce the illiteracy level in the country.
13 Jun 2019
The Association of National Accountants of Nigeria (ANAN) has inaugurated Prof. Muhammad Mainoma as its 11th president and chairman of the council. Using his name as an acronym, the association said it was with a determination to consolidate on the attainments by Making Accountants in Nigeria Ordinarily More Attractive (MAINOMA). During the ceremony, the new…

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