Teachers' reality TV show will attract more Nigerians to teaching profession, says TCRN
Registrar of Teachers Registration Council of Nigeria (TRCN), Prof Josiah Ajiboye, has said a Television Reality Show – “Teachers Naija”
Life is a struggle
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
Teachers protest against five-year unpaid salaries in Rivers schools
Primary and secondary school teachers from Rivers State tertiary institutions, yesterday, blocked the entrance gate to Government House, Port Harcour, in protest against non-payment of their five-year salary arrears.
Resign if you can’t work in rural areas, Ekiti government tells teachers
Ekiti State Government, yesterday, said it would henceforth ask public primary school teachers who refuse postings to rural areas to tender their resignation.
Teachers’ new retirement age sparks fresh debate
The move by the Federal Government to rebrand the teaching profession and attract best brains through the extension of retirement age and special allowances is currently causing ripples
Teachers’ strike frustrates reopening of primary schools in Edo
Public primary school teachers under the auspice of the Nigeria Union of Teachers (NUT), yesterday, defied the Edo State Government’s directive to resume academic activities.
ASUU strike: Before the brain drain again
We all just need to freeze our fixation on other subjects of urgent national importance at this time to discuss the plight of teachers, notably university teachers at this time in Nigeria.
Council workers, teachers threaten strike over N30, 000 minimum wage
Employees of local government areas and primary school teachers in Delta State have issued a 14 -day ultimatum, effective Tuesday, December 1, 2020, to the state government to pay the N30, 000 minimum wage