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25 Sep
Knowing how your kids fared in school is pivotal to understanding them and your parenting journey. Parents are used to asking the very obvious and general question
18 Sep
Teaching consent is an important part of educating a child on sexual health. It is, definitely, not an easy venture to talk about sex with kids.
10 Sep
With the high manifestation of youth unrest in society, Muslim parents have identified the knowledge of the Holy Qur’an as a tool to shape the lives of youths to be responsible citizens.
10 Sep
Globally, there has been a worrying concern on the rise in youth suicide and this is a very serious issue in Nigeria.
7 Sep
All those who write articles for newspapers and magazines and those who labour in the book’s vineyard have every reason to frown today because our nation’s reading habit
31 Jul
Parents can help their children and youth acquire the right skills to excel. The Sustainable Development Goals have less than 10 years to achieve the 2030 Agenda. Ensuring our youth have the right skills, through education and training is a critical part of achieving the SDG goals. Africa is the world’s youngest region with three-fifths…
18 Jun
Life is a struggle. It is a statement we often hear. It is drilled into children by parents and guardians. It is driven hard into pupils by teachers. In higher classes, enlightened teachers
22 May
With the insecurity challenges faced in the country today, especially kidnapping, it is pertinent to ensure that our children and wards are safe and not exposed to any form of harm.
22 May
Renowned educator, Modupe Adeyinka-Oni has called on government, parents and other stakeholders to work jointly to prepare Nigerian children for the future of work.
13 Mar
We talk about the fact that children learn more from what you do than what you say. Based on what children and teens are saying, we want to tell parents, get off your phone.
6 Sep 2020
One day, two teenage children of a middle-aged career woman told her, “Oh mum, we would really love it, if you would reduce the way you shout at us and everyone”. The woman was baffled that her shouting made her family sad. That day, she vowed to change. Yes, anybody who wants to change can…
2 Jul 2020
key sectors of the economy recover gradually amidst the realities of the coronavirus pandemic, it is not yet a green light as schools prepare to resume following the Federal Government

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