The February 19, 2018 abduction and subsequent release of over 100 schoolgirls from Government Science and Technical College, Dapchi, Yobe state undoubtedly mirrors the alarming realities in Nigeria’s school system.
For a long time, schools across the country have been locked in a battle [...]
President Muhammadu Buhari has appointed a young private school teacher, Mrs. Maureen Paulinus, as a Member of the Board of the National Teachers Institute, Kaduna.
Maureen was inaugurated in Abuja, last Thursday, along with the Chairman of the NTI Board, Senator Kaka Mallam Yale, and Boards of [...]
As Nigerian universities struggle to meet the nation’s manpower needs, the National Universities Commission, NUC, has commenced efforts towards reforming the system to enhance graduate employability.
Speaking at a workshop on the Proposed Higher Education Reform and African Centres of Exc [...]
The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board, JAMB, has released the results of 1,502,978 out of the 1,652,825 candidates who sat for the 2018 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination, UTME.
JAMB, in a press statement released late Tuesday by its Spokesperson, Dr Fabia [...]
Teachers in the 104 Federal Unity Colleges across Nigeria have been charged to cultivate security consciousness in the minds of their students.
The charge, which was delivered by the Permanent Secretary, Federal Ministry of Education, Arch Sonny Echono, comes on the heels of the recent abductio [...]
Wesley University, Ondo, has advocated Federal Government’s support for the establishment of a deaf centre to cater for the tertiary education needs of deaf and hard-of-hearing Nigerians.
Registrar of the university, Mrs Chioma Obasi, said the establishment of the centre was in li [...]
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