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NECO releases 2020 SSCE results, with over 73% pass in English, Maths

The council has a long tradition for zero tolerance for malpractice. 12 schools – four in Adamawa, two in Kaduna State, two in Katsina, one in Taraba and one in the Federal Capital Territory, FCT, were recommended for de-recognition for two years for their involvement in mass cheating. While 24 Supervisors were blacklisted for various offences ranging from poor supervision, aiding abetting and connivance with non-candidates to write answers on chalkboard.”

Keeping students at home minimizes risk of spreading COVID-19 – Odugbemi

There is also this argument that keeping them at home does not give them 100% protection but it minimizes the danger than throwing them to an area where only God knows what is going on,” Odugbemi said on Channels Television’s Politics Today.

Breaking: Peoples’ Supreme Congress (PSC) to register 100 less privileged people for 2021 JAMB examination

The professor urged all prospective candidates to do their registration and access the board’s major services in any of its 718 accredited centres in the country.

Ooni unveil education trust fund, to pay tuition fee of 5 million students in Nigerian varsities

"We have between seven to ten million of them in Federal Tertiary Institutions and they need to pay close to N500 billion in tuition fees in January, 2021. But how would this demand be met when the bulk of the parents of these students are petty traders, peasant farmers and other average Nigerian parents who might not be able to get the needed fees to return to school.

We are not calling off the strike anytime soon, ASUU tells students, parents

“I am waiting for the NITDA full report but the preliminary report they gave me, the software integrity test will take them about six to eight weeks and thereafter, we go to the hardware. But the big issue is, who will provide the hardware?

NECO releases 2020 common entrance examination results

a total of 70,580 candidates sat for the examination nationwide, out of which 24,416 candidates passed, scoring a minimum of 66. “16,713 candidates were absent due to the #EndSARS protests that rocked the country recently.”

First class will be the only teaching prerequisite- FG

“You must have a first class or 2:1 as minimum and if you have qualification in other subjects that is not in education, we will arrange for a conversion programme to be administered by NTI, TRCN and any university that has faculties of education or this programme because you also have to learn ways of communicating and managing students.

Be good ambassadors, Aluyor, Edo State University VC charges graduands

According to Aluyor, out of the 51 graduands four had first class honours, 21 had second class (upper division), 23 had 2nd class (lower division), while three had third class.

Nigerian named finalist for $1m Global Teacher Prize

Founder of the Global Teacher Prize, Sunny Varkey, said, “The Global Teacher Prize was set up to shine a spotlight on the important role teachers play in society…Teachers everywhere should be applauded for their creativity, compassion and resolve to fulfil every child’s right to a good education.”

Diversifying the economic sector through solid minerals: A catalyst to Nigeria’s development

Nigerian governments both at state and federal levels need to look closely into the various mineral ore processing for economic sustainability and development

LASU College of Medicine Management throws out students’ belongings from hostels

We are renovating our hostels, we had given the notice a long time ago, the students’ body sent the notice to all the classes and the idea is that after a deadline, if there are things that are still there, we will move them out so that we can renovate the rooms, that’s the situation.”

World Bank approves $75m support fund for Obaseki’s education reforms

We are not afraid of MoUs, Governor insists On the back of successes recorded by the Governor Godwin...

Zimbabwe president signs law allowing pregnant girls to continue in school

Zimbabwe President Emmerson Mnangagwa has signed a law barring government schools from excluding girls, who fall pregnant, from attending lessons.

Nasarawa to disengage 1, 251 unqualified teachers

No fewer than 1,251 teachers without teaching qualifications are to be sacked in Nasarawa state just as a seven-man disengagement committee...

Over 90 Nigerians receive EU scholarships

The European Union has awarded scholarships to over 90 young Nigerians for various Master’s Degree programmes in universities across Europe under...

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EndSars: Police killed my brother, shot me three-time, petitioner tells Osun Panel

“On this fateful day, my younger brother and I went to see our cousin, one Mr Nureni at Erin-Osun. Though we didn’t meet him at home, when we called him, he asked us to wait for him. But immediately he joined us, all I heard were gunshots

Exposed: How Nigerian Army attempted to assassinate Biafran lawyer- Nnamdi Kanu

"Since the Nigerian Army and police have taken it upon themselves to assassinate IPOB lawyers and to stop IPOB from challenging them with self-evident truth in their own law courts, they will soon reap the fruit of their evil deed. We, therefore, demand the immediate release of all sex slaves in the custody of the Nigerian Army."

Bandits’ attacks have lessened since negotiations began– Sheikh Gumi

“Attacks have lessened, it is just one case we have of the Kagara boys. We have seen an absolute change in Zamfara and Sokoto States where negotiations are going on.

Abductors release Adamawa United bus driver after six days

“We thank God he has been released because something worse could have happened despite paying the ransom.”