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19 Oct 2019
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.
17 Oct 2019
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.
11 Oct 2019
No fewer than 1, 520 teachers in Kogi are writing professional examination that would qualify them to be certified as professional teachers.
11 Oct 2019
Sexual exploitation and harassment of students by teachers and administrators are reflections of corrupt education systems. Sexual exploitation and harassment are not peculiar to systems of education in Nigeria.
11 Oct 2019
Since the launch of United Nation’s World Teachers Day, 25 years ago, to galvanise global effort to help teachers, most of them are still without the support and training they need to succeed in their careers and impact meaningfully on learners.
6 Oct 2019
Jordanian teachers ended a month-long strike on Sunday after reaching an agreement with the government for a rise in wages. The strike, which began on September 8 just a week into the school year, paralysed some 4,000 public schools in the kingdom where more than 1.4 million students are enrolled.
27 Sep 2019
The Nigeria Union of Teachers (NUT) has accused the Federal Government of recruiting non-professionals as tutors in primary and secondary schools across the federation...
20 Sep 2019
Workers in manufacturing, driving and cleaning jobs are more likely to get type 2 diabetes, according to a study of almost five million people. They face a two to threefold increase in risk compared with teachers, physiotherapists and dentists.
9 Sep 2019
Kogi Government on Monday expressed satisfaction over the impressive attendance of teachers in the state as schools resumed for the first term 2019/2020 academic activities.
6 Sep 2019
Governor Bello Matawalle of Zamfara has approved the reinstatement of 556 teachers recruited by the immediate past administration but left out on the state’s payroll.
18 Aug 2019
A recent disclosure that 273, 000 technical teachers are required in the nation’s public school system to meet the aspiration of the Federal Ministry of Education’s one teacher to 20 pupils ratio, is intolerable, especially, against the backdrop of reported mass unemployment facing young graduates including trained teachers in the country.
15 Aug 2019
Discussions on recruiting, supporting and empowering teachers as well as inspiring future-oriented teaching, will take the centre stage at the third edition of the Lagos teachers’ conference.


4 mins ago
A Russian airliner had to change course to avoid a NATO spy plane that was crossing its path above the Black Sea, Moscow authorities have said.
18 mins ago
The Agbara-Seme border section of Lagos-Badagry expressway project will receive N15 billion of NNPC tax credit fund, Federal Controller of Works in Lagos, Olukayode Popoola, has said.
32 mins ago
Nigeria did not record a single COVID-19 death on Saturday.
53 mins ago
Being in love is a beautiful and an indescribable feeling. You meet someone for the first time and you desire to know more and spend quality time with the person; you learn the things the person loves, become friends with their friends and develop some changes in character. Most times, we ignore our wants and…
1 hour ago
The Conservator-General, National Park Service, Dr Ibrahim Goni, says 60 per cent of the country’s valuable forest estate has been lost to degradation and most of those left, are currently under threat.