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11 Apr
Worried by the deplorable condition of public primary and secondary schools in Kano, concerned stakeholders have advocated possible
8 Dec
In this piece, my objective is to celebrate the recent ascension of Dr Wale Okediran, medical doctor, public servant and writer extraordinaire, as the president of the Olivet Baptist High School
16 Jul 2021
Educational experts in Nigeria, have called for the immediate employments of mentors in public and private schools, looking at the need
8 Feb 2021
Akwa Ibom State Government has vowed to disengage teachers for truancy and laxity in public schools, insisting that those who are determined to continue their service should show greater discipline
4 Jan 2021
Seven public schools and three communities in Lagos State are to benefit from a project tagged ‘Clean Our World (COW), aimed at promoting environmental education. The Japanese chemical company - Sumitomo Chemical and the Nigerian Conservation Foundation (NCF) support the project, initiated by Oando Foundation. Sumitomo Chemical is the co-funding partner, while NCF is the…
15 Oct 2019
Oyo State Government yesterday said that it was pleased that measures taken thus far in the implementation of the free education policy had started yielding fruits.
5 Oct 2019
Kaduna State Governor Nasir el-Rufai has stated that bandits and kidnappers have found collaborators in Boko Haram members in the attack of schools in parts of the country.
18 Aug 2019
Pa Philip Akintoye Development Foundation (PAPADEF) has donated boreholes to two public primary schools-Ansar-Ud-Deen (AUD) and United Africa Methodist Church Primary Schools in Ado-Odo/Ota Local Government Area of Ogun State.
15 Aug 2019
To facelift public education and improve its standard to global level, a university teacher has called on multinationals and corporations across the country to adopt public schools operating within their environment.
21 Mar 2019
How much our public schools are not yet primed for the production of the geniuses and patriots of the future is often borne out by the insalubrious developments in them that have become their regular features. This is not a blight that is peculiar to the public tertiary educational institutions. Their sad fate roils the…
28 Feb 2019
Public schools – particularly primary and secondary are in a shambles in terms of infrastructure, teaching and learning. With ever-dwindling financial resources committed to these educational centres, the future of Nigerian children will remain bleak. However, thanks to alumni associations in the country, the schoolchildren ‘s tomorrow can be bright, writes Head, Education Desk, Iyabo…
7 Feb 2019
Recurrent controversy and litigation over use of hijab in place of school uniforms has become part of needless issues in our quest for nation building. There should be elite consensus on the issue as soon as possible. While the nation is still smarting from the University of Ibadan International School’s crisis on the same issue,…

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