Rural teachers canvass free education for pupils in Rivers
Some teachers in Rivers State have called for total free education for pupils in to enable every child especially, those in the rural areas maximize their intelligence and achieve the objectives of Universal Basic Education (UBE).
Imo retires 314 workers over age falsification
Imo State government has forcefully retired 314 workers for allegedly falsifying their ages. Chairman, Imo State Universal Basic Education Board (IMSUBEB), Prof. Obioma Iheduru, disclosed this to newsmen in Owerri, yesterday.
500 lawyers, teachers protest against alleged delisting of names from Cross River payroll
Lawyers and teachers who are affected by the Cross River State alleged delisting of names from civil service payroll yesterday protested in Calabar.
Imo recruits 4,000 teachers
Imo State Governor Emeka Ihedioha has directed the Executive Secretary of the Secondary Education Management Board (SEMB) to recruit 4,000 teachers into the system. This is in response to the call by stakeholders in the education sector and after about eight years of part-time employment in the system.
Expert tasks scholars on outstanding research to solve societal problems
University teachers must come up with cutting-edge researches that would provide solutions to societal problems. With the socio-economic problems confronting the nation, our tertiary institutions must be able to solve organisational problems, which will invariably rub off on their students.
Makinde grants approval for recruitment of teachers, warns against sabotaging free education policy
Oyo State Governor Seyi Makinde yesterday said that he had given approval for the recruitment of teachers into the state’s teaching service, noting that his government is re-engineering the education for “long-lasting positive results.”
Oyo government to recruit more teachers soon - Makinde
Gov. Seyi Makinde of Oyo state, says the state government would soon recruit more teachers to enhance quality education delivery in public schools across the state. Makinde stated this at the 90th anniversary of Government College, Ibadan on Saturday.
Why teachers are critical to modern civilisations, by Utomi
Professor of Entrepreneurship and Political Economy, Pat Okedinachi Utomi, in this chat with News Editor MARCEL MBAMALU, speaks on the need to revive Nigeria’s education sector by restoring quality and teachers’ prestige. But this, he says, will take a holistic effort in strategic curriculum overhaul and public-private sector partnerships.