Caution over integration of human trafficking into curricula of schools
The Federal Government is mooting the idea of adding studies in Trafficking in Persons (TIP) into schools’ curricula at all levels of ‘education.
Re-introduction of history and matters arising
For almost a decade, the federal government has stopped the teaching of history in primary and secondary schools. It is not known what the impact of such a step would have been.
Publishers deplore absence of book policy for industry growth
The Nigerian Publishers Association (NPA) has identified the lack of an effective book policy as a major hinderance to the effective performance of the industry.
Osinbajo should chair council for capital market master plan
It is no longer news that the Nigerian equities market, with a disappointing record of -18.84 per cent Year-to-Date return, was among the poor performing stock markets...
Formulating a viable book policy for a depressed economy
Today, leaders in publishing across the world will meet in Lagos to chart a path to a sustainable future in Africa’s publishing. Coming shortly after the world celebrated two significant cultural...
How poor policy implementation, loss of land frustrate agric in schools
Izunna Ugoeze was born into a very well-to-do family from Anambra State. As he grew up with his siblings, his parents were topnotch business persons, who traded in imported goods.
Sidmach drives smart education, partners Microsoft
Sidmach Technologies Nigeria Limited, famous indigenous software developer company- has unveiled a one-stop destination for total school management.
NERDC cautions publishers against smuggling unapproved textbooks into schools
Executive Secretary of the Nigerian Educational Research and Development Council (NERDC), Prof. Ismail Junaidu has warned publishers against moving unapproved textbooks...
Nigeria reintroduces History in 2018/2019 academic session
The Nigeria Education Research and Development Council (NERDC) is set to reintroduce History as a subject, beginning from the 2018/2019 academic session. The NERDC Executive Secretary, Prof. Ismail Junaidu, told the News agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Abuja on Tuesday that the curriculum is ready. He said that the subject would now be a standalone…