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Ebola: Between public interest, gains of school owners

Ebola: Between public interest, gains of school owners

By Seyi Taiwo-Oguntuase Reporter, Lagos On Monday, September 22, the gates and doors of schools across the country will be thrown open being the official date of resumption as a…

Don blames teachers for poor use of English

By Seyi Taiwo-Oguntuase Reporter, Lagos A Professor of English Language, in the department of English, University of Lagos (UNILAG); Professor Akachi Ezeigbo has decried the poor usage of standard of…

Clark laments governments’ neglect of history subject

By Oyeniran Apata  Correspondent, Lagos  University of Lagos (UNILAG) don, Professor John Pepper Clark has lamented the role played by successive governments in Nigeria that led to down grading of…

4m nomadic children lack access to education – NCNE

•Says illiteracy responsible for crisis in NigeriaBy Innocent Oweh, Correspondent, Abuja   Executive Secretary of National Commission for Nomadic Education (NCNA), Rashid Aderinoye has revealed that about 4million school-age children…

FG, MOE reversal of resumption date an error – Labaika

FG, MOE reversal of resumption date an error – Labaika

The recent reversal of the Ebola Virus Disease holiday by two weeks by the Federal Government and the Ministry of Education has continued to generate reactions from stakeholders. In this…

EFA 2015: Has Nigeria made significant progress before deadline?

By Innocent Oweh  / Correspondent, Abuja   Education For All (EFA) is a global movement first launched in 1990 and led by United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization, (UNESCO) with…

LASU launches book on national security

By Seyi Taiwo-Oguntuase  / Reporter, Lagos   As part of efforts to promote intellectual works, management of the Lagos State University (LASU) has published a book on foreign policy and national…

Boko Haram: UNIMAID students seek admission elsewhere

Oyeniran Apata  / (With agencies reports)   As insurgents are increasingly expanding their control of Borno State, fear among students of the University of Maiduguri (UNIMAID) may have led to the…

Oando Foundation announces Book Drive to commemorate International Literacy Day

By Oyeniran Apata / Correspondent, Lagos   Oando Foundation announces the launch of Oando Foundation Book Drive to commemorate International Literacy Day to celebrate the importance of literacy to individuals, communities…

Government commercialising Ebola – Komolafe

Government recently reversed extension of the long vacation holiday in Nigeria’s primary and secondary schools from October 13 to September 22 as a fallout of the effort to contain spread…

UNIOSUN Parents Forum call for re-opening of Ikire campus

By Gbenga Faturoti / Correspondent, Osogbo.   The parents forum of the Osun State University (UNIOSUN) have appealed to Governor Rauf Aregbesola to take a second look at the closure of…

Communication scholars to partner NUC on curriculum review

By Anthonia Soyingbe /  Snr. Reporter, Lagos.   Association of Communications Scholars and Professionals of Nigeria, (ACSPN) has announced decision to partner with the National University Commission (NUC) and other…

NOUN shines at NUSSA games

By Oyeniran Apata /  Correspondent, Lagos   A popular saying that ‘All work and no play makes jack a dull boy’ played out recently as students of the National Open…

Pre-school infrastructure not child friendly – UBEC

By Seyi Taiwo-Oguntuase  / Reporter, Lagos   Director, Academic Services, Universal Basic Education Commission (UBEC), Abuja, Dr. Pius Osaghae has observed that infrastructure provided for early childhood education in most schools…

EVD: FG shifts ground, as schools resume September 22

By Oyeniran Apata/Seyi Taiwo-Oguntuase, Lagos   Following outcry by stakeholders in the education on the shift in the resumption of public and private primary and secondary schools, the Federal Government…

Expert warns job seekers against negative posts on social media

By Seyi Taiwo-Oguntuase  / Reporter, Lagos   Unemployed Nigerian youths seeking for job placements have been warned to be wary of what they post on the various social media platforms where…

Provost tasks FUTMINNA students on ‘10 commandments’

By Oyeniran Apata / Correspondent, Lagos   Provost of Federal College of Education (Technical) Akoka (FCETA), Dr. Sijibomi Olusanya has tasked fresh undergraduate students of the Federal University of Technology, Minna…

Stakeholders meet to chart way forward for education

Stakeholders meet to chart way forward for education

By Seyi Taiwo-Oguntuase Reporter, Lagos To chart a new way forward for the development of education in the state, various stakeholders in Agege Local Government Education Authority (LGEA) in conjunction…

Unilorin VC urges FG to relax procedure for assessing TETFund grant

Vice-Chancellor, University of Ilorin (Unilorin), Prof. Abdul-Ganiyu Ambali, has appealed to the Federal Government to relax the procedure for accessing the Tertiary Education Trust Fund (TETFund). Ambali made the appeal…

Ebola: Holiday extension will affect 2015 WASSCE

Mrs. Feyisara Moluga, a WAEC examiner of over four-decades is also the founder of El-Gibor International College, Abeokuta. In this interview with CORRESPONDENT Oyeniran Apata she speaks on the mass…

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