FG releases 2019/2020 Common Entrance results for admission to Unity schools
The Minister of Education, Malam Adamu Adamu has announced the release of the 2019/2020 National Common Entrance Examination for admission to the 104 Unity Schools across the country.
‘Why parents are losing interest in Unity Schools’
Time was when Federal Government Colleges (FGC) also known as Unity Schools, were the wish of every parent as far as secondary education...
FG promises adequate security for students in Unity schools
The Minister of Education, Malam Adamu Adamu has promised adequate support for the security of lives and property of students of Federal Unity Colleges and other schools in the country. Adamu gave the promised in Abuja on Monday at the inauguration of the Central Planning Committee on Security Education and Awareness Campaign for Principals and…
Unity Schools and unjust cut-off marks
An order given by a court of competent jurisdiction ought to be obeyed by both the Federal Government and the minister of Education in the interest of the rule of law. Why should the minister not comply with the court order?
Union suspends strike in Unity Schools
The Association of Senior Civil Servants of Nigeria (ASCSN) said on Wednesday that it had suspended the two months old strike in some Federal Unity Colleges (FUCs) nationwide.
78,378 pupils sit for 2017 entrance exam into Unity Schools, says Minister
No fewer than 78,378 pupils are participating in the ongoing 2017 National Common Entrance Examination across the country, according to the Minister of Education, Malam Adamu Adamu.
The baton we are passing
It’s sports season across schools in Nigeria, so most of us would have spent or will soon be spending a weekend with our children at their various schools to enjoy the “thrill of victory” and the “agony of defeat” that comes with these events.
National Assembly to raise feeding cost for unity schools’ pupils
Barring any last-minute change, the cost of feeding each student in the 104 unity schools in the country would be increased from N88 to N200 per day.
Troubling times at unity colleges
In a good number of cases, they have erected multi-million naira projects, employed teaching staff in needy subject areas, subsidised feeding and generally contributed immensely to improving the quality of education offered in these schools.