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Zonal qualifiers in the ongoing Delta State/Zenith Bank Headmasters’ Cup for all primary schools in the state emerged yesterday at the various centres across the state.
Due to COVID-19, many schools had to shift teaching and learning to virtual. And the students had to grapple with this new reality.
As part of an effort aimed at improving the nation's education sector, the Rotary Club of Lagos Central recently donated pens, bags and pencils to Primary five and six pupils of Christ Church Cathedral School,
Cases of COVID-19, particularly the delta variant, have surged the world over, largely in the United States, Great Britain, the European Union and Africa. This coincides with when schools
Vice Chancellor of the Plateau State University, Prof. Yohana Izam, on Saturday said the continuous banditry attacks on schools
The United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) has raised the alarm over dangerous attacks on schools. The officer-in-charge of UNICEF Maiduguri Chief of Field Office, Samuel Sessay,
Schools resume today for the commencement of the 2021/2022 academic session across the country but it won’t be a cheery return for thousands of pupils, especially in Northern Nigeria...
After months of disruptive calendar due to banditry, the Kaduna State Government has announced a resumption schedules for schools in the state.
Globally, there has been a worrying concern on the rise in youth suicide and this is a very serious issue in Nigeria.
Encouraged by the potential of Ito-Omu and its adjoining communities in Ibeju and Epe Local Government Area, the Lagos State Government has initiated steps towards developing new towns
Governor Babagana Zulum of Borno State has conducted an impromptu aptitude test for 65 teachers in Kukawa Local Council of the state.
The recent upgrade of Emmanuel Alayande College of Education (EACOED), Oyo, to a degree-awarding institution has increased the number of state-owned schools