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19 May
Some outstanding primary school teachers and educationists are to benefit from Universal Learning Solutions (ULS)’s intensive training for teachers and government officials across the country.
3 May
Teaching, as treasured and as treasurable as it is, does not just happen. It relies heavily on the agency of teachers.
Osinachi
22 Apr
Following the death of popular gospel singer, Osinachi Nwachukwu, on account of alleged domestic violence, a cleric in the Methodist Church Nigeria
5 Dec 2021
Top universities around the world rely heavily on funding outside of that provided by their founders and owners. They usually tap supports from industries and alumni to deliver on their core mandate of teaching
15 Nov 2021
The decline of reading culture at the early grade and its attendance implementation In the education system in Nigeria took centre stage at the just concluded national conference on Children's Books
1 Oct 2021
For the nation’s education sector, like other sectors of the polity, this year has remained an unusual one for the delivery of teaching and learning.
17 Jul 2021
Registrar of Teachers Registration Council of Nigeria (TRCN), Prof Josiah Ajiboye, has said a Television Reality Show – “Teachers Naija”
4 Mar 2021
An educationist, Mrs Oluwakemi Famuyide, has disclosed that students’ academic performance can improve in examinations if changes are made to how they take notes.
14 Feb 2021
The realisation of a more critical thinking African society must start in the schools and with the schools because schools are spaces where values, skills, and competencies are nurtured.
2 Dec 2020
Pro-chancellor and Chairman of the University of Calabar (UNICAL) Governing Council, Senator Nkechi Nwaogu, has approved the appointment of Prof. Florence Banku-Obi as Vice-Chancellor of the institution.
20 Nov 2020
The Federal Government has inaugurated a national implementation committee on the revitalisation and repositioning of the teaching profession in the country
5 Nov 2020
Olasunkanmi Opeifa, winner of the 2018 Maltina Teacher of the Year is currently named among the top 10 teachers in the world in the ongoing Global Teacher Prize. In this interview with IYABO LAWAL, the founder of several initiatives speaks on why the 21st century teacher should embrace technology, and the need to revolutionise the…

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