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2 Nov
Dr. Oyinlola Ilo is the Executive Director of D-Ivy Sixth Form College, Allen, Ikeja, Lagos. A consummate academic and surgeon, Ilo, in this interview, spoke about capital flight, how the educational system could be improved, making the
23 Oct
Vice President, Prof Yemi Osinbajo has commended Nigerian teachers for their resilience, commitment, imparting knowledge and making the lives of their students better.
21 Oct
To celebrate excellence and encourage hard work, Dansol High School, Ikeja, has rewarded outstanding teachers, staff, and students of the school with cash prizes and other gifts.
19 Oct
Kogi State government is set to launch Education Revolution with the provision of quality infrastructure in schools and recruitment of teachers.
12 Oct
Half-baked students are increasing due to poor teachers, learners ratio, hence Nigerian Union of Teachers condemns the imbalance.
10 Oct
A House of Representatives member, Kingsley Uju-Chima (PDP Imo), has called on National Assembly to ensure that the 2023 budget for teachers and education development is shored up in appreciation
7 Oct
The Benue State Governor, Samuel Ortom, has debunked claims by the governorship candidate of the Labour Party, Iorwase Hembe, that his administration has neglected the welfare of teachers.
6 Oct
No fewer than 10 teachers have been killed and more than 50 kidnapped by terrorists between January 2022 to date across the 23 local government areas of Kaduna State.
29 Sep
The Katsina State government, in collaboration with the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF), has launched the Nigeria Learning Passport (NLP) aimed at enrolling 10,000 learners
27 Sep
The Founder of Afe Babalola University, Ado-Ekiti (ABUAD), Chief Afe Babalola (SAN), has warned that the dearth of quality teachers in the country posed a great danger to functional education.
15 Sep
About 1, 000 trained teachers have also been engaged by the state government to facilitate teaching in the schools, including Biu Community Higher Islamic school with over 2, 000 students.
12 Sep
As primary and secondary schools in Delta State resume today for the 2022/2023 academic session, the state government has warned principals and teachers against lateness and absenteeism.

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