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secondary schools

10 Sep 2022
The Bauchi state Commissioner for Education, Mr Aliyu Tilde, on Friday, said the state government had concluded plans to separate male and female students in secondary schools in the state.
27 Aug 2022
At least 75 secondary schools in Zamfara are still shut because of security concerns. Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Education, Alhaji Kabiru Attahiru, made this known in Gusau on Saturday.
5 Aug 2022
Public schools, particularly, primary and secondary schools, are facing inadequate infrastructure, and poor teaching and learning environment challenges...
2 Aug 2022
Poor nations like Nigeria on the other hand, possess enormous natural resources but lag far behind in the technological knowledge necessary to transform their natural endowment into high-value goods
9 Jun 2022
The Non-Academic Staff Union of Educational and Associated Institutions (NASU) has lamented the exclusion of its members from the new salary package for teachers in primary and post-primary schools
23 Apr 2022
It is becoming increasingly worrisome that more secondary schools contracted by parents and guardians to mould their children and wards into educated and responsible adults through teaching and learning in the country are becoming unsafe and cenres for all forms of immorality and criminality.
11 Apr 2022
Worried by the deplorable condition of public primary and secondary schools in Kano, concerned stakeholders have advocated possible
12 Mar 2022
Over 200 public and private secondary schools in Lagos State are currently battling to qualify for national finals in this year’s edition of the Maltina School Games.
23 Dec 2021
Ever since the circumstances of Sylvester Oromoni’s tragic death allegedly in the hands of evil child bullies went viral, there has been an outpour of powerful emotions on social media
Dowen College
14 Dec 2021
The invariable outcome is the encouragement of moral turpitude as every youth fostered in such an environment would prefer the laxity and latitude to a strict regime of moral control
21 Jan 2021
Katsina State Government has instructed primary and day secondary schools to resume academic activities on Monday, January 25, 2021, even as it charged them to set up security committees before re-opening.
3 Jan 2021
The Rivers Government on Sunday approved the reopening of all public and private nursery, primary and secondary schools in the state, with effect from Jan. 4.


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