News - Education

NANS calls for an end to the ongoing strikes in polytechnics and colleges of education

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The National association of Nigerian Students, NANS, is again pleading with the Federal Government to find an end to the on going strikes by lecturers in polytechnics and colleges of education.

NDDC commissions state of the art hostel in University of Benin

4 years ago /

The Niger Delta Development Commission, NDDC, handed over the 696-beds state of the art hostel to the authorities of the University of Benin.

Governor Theodore Orji says education is top priority

4 years ago /

The Abia state Governor Theodore Orji says one of his priorities is to improve the standard of education in the state.

NLNG donates two billion naira to six Nigerian universities

4 years ago /

Nigeria’s Liquefied National Gas NLNG has pledged a total sum of two billion naira to support one university each in the six geo-political zones of the country.

Colleges of Education: Students protest prolonged strike

4 years ago /

Students of Nigerian Colleges of Education on Tuesday staged a protest at the Federal Secretariat in the Central Business District of Abuja to draw attention to the on-going strike by their lecturers.

Nigerian education sector: Economic summit pushes for structural reforms

4 years ago /

President Goodluck Jonathan says Nigeria’s education sector is gradually experiencing a breath of fresh air under his watch.

SMASE Training: DG urges teachers to share experience with colleagues

4 years ago /

The National Teachers Institute is bent on sustaining the Strengthening Mathematics And Science Education (SMASE) programme as a way of enhancing teacher quality in the core subjects.

Kaduna cholera outbreak: Governor visits GGSS Kawo as he promises government's commitment

4 years ago /

Government Girls’ Secondary School Kawo which was established in 1962 to encourage females pursue western education. is lacking adequate water supply to keep its toilets clean. This may be responsible for the outbreak of cholera and other toilet infections.

Bridging the digital divide between the sexes: Stakeholders take campaign to Secondary schools

4 years ago /

The future of information and communications technology for the Nigerian woman appears promising as more secondary school girls have taken up the challenge of bridging the current digital divide by having careers in ICT.

TRCN, NTI to sanction erring teachers for professional misconduct

4 years ago /

Teachers’ Registration Council of Nigeria, TRCN, has put a mechanism in place to check professional misconduct among teachers as well as prosecute offenders.

MATHEMATICS AND SCIENCE EDUCATION TEACHERS NEED TRAINING AND RE-TRAINING; SAYS DG, NATIONAL TEACHERS INSTITUTE

4 years ago /

The Director General of the National Teachers Institute, Kaduna, Ladan Sharehu wants teachers of science and mathematics education in Nigeria to undergo continuous training and re-training.

FEDERAL GOVERNMENT TO PARTNER WITH THE CATHOLIC CHURCH TO IMPROVE EDUCATION

4 years ago /

The Federal Government has restated its commitment to collaborate with religious leaders to check the deteriorating standard of education in the country.

BOKO HARAM: BRINGING A HALT TO BLOOD SHED AND ATTACK ON EDUCATION

4 years ago /

The federal government on wednesday shut down five Federal Government Colleges located within the high risk areas of the North East zone.

MADONNA UNIVERSITY'S MEDICAL SCHOOL RECEIVES FULL ACCREDITATION

4 years ago /

The Medical and Dental council of Nigeria has given full reaccreditation to Madonna University Nigeria, to train medical doctors for the next five years.

DELTA STATE GOVERNMENT TO ABOLISH SINGLE SEX SCHOOLS

4 years ago /

Delta state government has abolished single education system in all its public schools with effect from the next academic calendar.

BOKO HARAM SHOULD REFRAIN FROM ATTACKING SCHOOLS; EXPERTS SAY

4 years ago /

Nigerians have called on the federal government to put in place a security plan to protect all the nation’s education institutions.

HOUSE OF REPS DEMANDS MORE FROM EDUCATION MINISTRY

4 years ago /

Nigeria’s education ministry has been told to deal more decisively with strikes and other challenges facing the sector.                                           

CLOSE DOWN ALL UNITY SCHOOLS IN TROUBLED STATES: OLD STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION DEMAND

4 years ago /

Old students of Unity Schools in the country have called for the closure of all the eight Federal Unity Colleges in the three states under emergency rule in North–East Nigeria.

JAPANESE AGENCY BUILDS, FURNISHES ALMOST 1,000 CLASSROOMS ACROSS NIGERIA

4 years ago /

Executive Secretary, Universal Basic Education Commission, Suleiman Dikko, has described as unacceptable the plight of children learning under trees and difficult conditions.

LASU RESUMPTION: FINAL YEAR STUDENTS RETURN TO CLASSES AMIDST TIGHT SECURITY

4 years ago /

The students of Lagos State University were asked by the school authority to resume studies following the protest in January which caused the school to close down.