Anxiety over rising cost of books, others

High cost of textbooks chokes parents, guardians       AGONY As pupils resume for a new school year, parents and guardians are groaning under the yoke of the cost of textbooks and other learning materials such as uniforms, sandals, food/water flasks, and school bags that are sky-bound. But, booksellers are, however, lamenting low patronage […]


Technical education will boost state’s economy – Provost

Professor Reuben Okechukwu is the Provost of the newly approved Federal College of Education (Technical), Isu, Ebonyi State. In this interview with UCHENNA INYA, he speaks on the October planned takeoff of the college and challenges facing the budding institution, among other salient issues     As one of the newly approved Federal College of […]


Chrisland restates commitment quality education

The management of Chrisland Schools has reiterated the commitment to provide the enabling teaching and learning environment that will inspire the students to excel in education and life.     This was disclosed during the valedictory service at the joint virtual graduation held for 278 graduating students of the Class of 2021 across the four […]


UNIBEN reverses controversial N20,000 late payment levy, mute on other demands of students

The University of Benin, Edo State Friday reversed the controversial N20,000 late payment levy imposed on the students of the university by the school authority led by Prof. Lilian Salami Recall the university erupted in crisis on Tuesday, clumnating on the seizure of the Vice Chancellor, Prof. Lilian Salami by the angry students on Wednesday […]


‘Why Nigeria can’t afford another ASUU strike’

STRIKE The Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) has threatened to disrupt academic activities in the nation’s public university following its faceoff with the Federal Government, but stakeholders are saying any strike this time will further jeopardise the system   ˜ASUU: Strike is imminent without resolution ˜Stakeholders: Well-meaning Nigerians should intervene ˜Students: FG, ASUU should […]


SUBEB to contractors: Meet specifications or risk contract revocation

The Chairman, Kwara State Universal Basic Education, Prof. Shehu Raheem Adaramaja, has reads the riot act to contractors handling ongoing UBEC/SUBEB projects in the state, threatening that they should either work to project specifications or risk revocation of their contracts and possible blacklist them.   He gave the warning during the inspection of ongoing projects, […]

Education News

NGOs enrol over 200 girls in Kebbi schools

A Non-Governmental Organisation (NGO), the Action- Aid Nigeria in collaboration with the Active Support For Rural People Initiative (ASRPI) have enrolled over 200 female children in 10 communities in schools in Kebbi State.   According to the Partnership and Local Rights Programme Manager, Sani Muhammed Ibrahim, while giving the breakdown of their achievements during a […]


Caleb Varsity key player in education sector – Swiss School of Business

Swiss School of Business and Management, Geneva, Switzerland, has described Caleb University, Imota, Lagos as a key player in the educational sector that has impacted positively many generations. The Business School disclosed this while conferring International Outstanding University (With Quality Education and Moral Standards) Award 2021 on the university.   The award was conferred on […]


Lagos: NYSC pleads with govt to complete orientation camp

The Lagos State Coordinator of the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) Scheme, Mr. Eddy Megwa has appealed to the state government, led by Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu to complete the state’s permanent Orientation Camp under construction at Agbowa, Ikorodu axis of the state.   This is as he said that the temporary NYSC Orientation Camp at […]


Stakeholders harp on use of technology to tackle COVID-19 challenges

Key stakeholders in technology for three-day last week converged on Lagos State Polytechnic (LASPOTECH), Ikorodu, Lagos where they compared notes on the development of technology for the growth of education and the society.   It was at the Fifth International Conference, organised by the School of Technology, LASPOTECH, with the theme: “COVID-19 Pandemic – Economic […]

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