Ekiti raises the alarm over increasing rape cases of students by teachers
Ekiti State government has raised the alarm over alleged increasing incidents of sexual violence in secondary schools across the state.
Kebbi Government deploys 140 officers to evaluate teachers’ performance in primary schools
The Kebbi State Government has deployed over 140 monitoring officers to evaluate the performance of 1,452 trained primary One teachers in 956 primary schools across the state.
45,000 Delta teachers make registration council’s list, 15000 get licensed
The Delta State Government has expressed satisfaction with the rating as one of the highest states that has complied with the registration of over 45,000 teachers with the Teachers Registration Council of Nigeria (TRCN) of which 15,000 have been licensed.
After Melody Of Stones, PEN Nigeria in Silver Lining
In 2003, the Nigerian chapter of PEN International published Melody of Stones, its first anthology of Nigerian writing
Old students celebrate pioneer principal, teachers
It was a gathering of friends, colleagues and family during the reunion/AGM of Government College, Ojo Old Students Association in Lagos. And besides the drinks and food
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.