What our profession needs to flourish, by teachers
In some climes, and on days like this, the drums are rolled out in their honour. They are also feted by the powers that be, while recognitions are bestowed on the deserving ones among them.
Facebook now available in 101 languages
According to Facebook, the mission is to give people the power to share and to make the world more open and connected and language is vital to connecting.
A case of broken chalks and cracked blackboards
Formal education remains a key tool for national development. In Nigeria, the sector faces many challenges and is plagued by fundamental issues which stem from basic education level ...
Unwillingness to return stolen artefacts is assault to our cultural values
Fifty-six years after independence, Nigeria is yet to rid itself and populace of the virus of British propaganda. It was therefore a curious irony that a Nigerian Minister would be celebrating ...
Adamu counters UNESCO, says Nigeria will achieve UPE before 2070
Minister of Education, Adamu Adamu, says the prediction by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO), that the country would not achieve Universal Primary Education (UPE) until 2070...
Communication scholars, stakeholders canvass improved reportage on national security
The Association of Communication Scholars and Professionals (ACSPN) has chided media organisations in Nigeria for allowing distorted information on national security to feature in their reportage.
910 schools destroyed, 952,029 pupils displaced by insurgency in North east
No fewer than 910 schools were destroyed, while at least 1,500 others were forced to close between 2009 and 2015 due to activities of Boko Haram insurgency in North east, the UN report has said.
Doubt, nod for sector reform’s roadmap
The recent launch of the draft “Education for Change: A Ministerial Strategic Plan (2016-2019), by the Federal Government, signalled the commencement of yet another journey ...