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14 Feb 2022
A strike by Zimbabwean teachers that has crippled learning entered a second week on Monday, with no resolution on sight after the government suspended 135,000 teachers for failing to report for work.
11 Jan 2022
To promote teachers' development and create avenue for educational advancement that can place them above their counterparts globally
3 Dec 2021
The girl-child has continued to be at the receiving end when it comes to discrimination in society, as this unfortunate development prevents her from attaining her full potentials in life.
1 Dec 2021
The Education Rights Campaign (ERC) has condemned the failure of the Federal Capital Territory Administration (FCTA) to pay teachers’ entitlements.
7 Nov 2021
As insecurity continues to ravage the education sector — the latest assault being the attack on the University of Abuja and kidnap of lecturers and children — the plight of teachers countrywide
7 Nov 2021
Saint John Chrysostom (349–407) wrote, ‘Prayer… is the root, the fountain, the mother of a thousand blessings… The potency of prayer has subdued the strength of fire, it has bridled the rage of lions
4 Nov 2021
Two teachers from Greensprings School have been pronounced state champions in the 2021 Maltina Teacher of the Year Award. One of the teachers, Mr Lanre Oguntoye, was crowned n the Lagos State champion, while the other
10 Oct 2021
It is often said that “the mind is a wild horse”, which steers the outcome of one’s life, hence the need to be tamed. At each step of a child’s development, the mind is trained to receive information for each stage of society they are ushered into. From learning to conjure words to capture their…
6 Oct 2021
Ogun State Governor, Dapo Abiodun, has rewarded the best teachers in the state with cash prizes, ranging from N1 million to N2 million.
6 Oct 2021
Recovery from a breakdown, setback, illness, heartbreak or any form of life’s challenges may not come easy and quick because the building process takes time
6 Oct 2021
To take education in the country out of problems occasioned by COVID-19 and ensure students regain lost ground, teachers have been identified as crucial to the recovery
5 Oct 2021
Vice President Yemi Osinbajo says efforts are underway to increase the retirement age of teachers in Nigeria’s public service from 60 years to 65 years.

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