News - Education

Education Administrators Worry Over Students Performances In English, Mathematics

8 months ago /

The West African Examination Council (WAEC) in a recent report revealed that eighty three percent of its candidates in Nigeria failed the external examination which includes mathematics and English Language.

Infrastructural Decay Derail Academic Activities In Imo School

8 months ago /

Students of Okwuato Secondary  School in Abo Mbaise Local Government Area of Imo State, South East Nigeria are crying out over the dilapidated state of infrastructure in their school.

FG Approves Education Bank, Students Loan Scheme

8 months ago /

The Nigerian government has approved the establishment of education bank and students loan boards by states at concessionary interest rates to allow students easy access to fund.

Colleges Of Education Pensioner Appeal For Payment Of Arrears

9 months ago /

 The National Union of Pensioners, Federal Colleges of Education chapter is appealing to President Muhammadu Buhari to direct the appropriate agencies to urgently release funds budgeted for payment of its outstanding arrears.

Gombe State University To Commence Academic Activities

9 months ago /

With the inauguration of the Council for the Gombe State University for Science and Technology, Kumo, Academic activities would begin in earnest from the month of November.

Buhari Hails Educational Ties Between Nigeria And Belarus

9 months ago /

President Muhammadu Buhari has described Education as a veritable doorway through which the boundless potentials of youths can be positively harnessed for the benefit of society, and the country at large. 

Vice Chancellors Challenge Academics On Electoral Duty To Display Integrity

9 months ago /

Ahead of the 2019 general elections, chairman of the committee of vice-chancellors of Nigerian universities, professor joseph Ahanku has challenged academics drafted as returning officers during elections to maintain high standard and avoid being manipulated.  

Adamawa State Set To Revamp The Educational Sector

9 months ago /

The Adamawa state governor, Senator Mohammed Umaru Jibrilla Bindow has promised to revamp the educational sector by reviving teacher’s training schools in the state.

Cross River Students Lament Postponed Examination over Teachers Strike

9 months ago /

The ongoing strike by teachers in public primary and secondary schools in cross river state is taking its toll on the students as their ongoing promotion examinations have been postponed indefinitely.

Strike By Cross River Teachers Disrupts Examinations

9 months ago /

Students currently writting Examinations in Public primary and secondary schools in Cross River State will have  to stay in their homes due to the commencement of strike by the Nigeria Union of Teachers NUT to protest alleged Government insensitivity to their demands. 

JAMB Gets Approval To Acquire Its Own Computer Based Centre

10 months ago /

The Joint Admissions and Matriculations Board, JAMB may no longer need the services of Information Technology consultants in conducting its examinations. 

Ekiti Gives Grants to Schools

10 months ago /

As part of efforts to ensure that primary and secondary schools in Ekiti state maintain leading positions in education in Nigeria, the state government has given direct grants to support government schools in the state. 

Panel Indicts, Suspends NABTEB Registrar,

10 months ago /

A special investigative panel constituted to probe activities of the Registrar and Chief Executive of the National Business and Technical Examinations Board, NABTEB, Professor Ifeomaisuigo-Abanihe, by the Governing Board, has uncovered irregularities in contract awards and abuse of office by the Registrar.

Sex-For-Marks Lecturer Akindele Dismissed By OAU

10 months ago /

The Governing Council of the Obafemi Awolowo University (OAU) has dismissed Professor Richard Akindele from the services of the University.

OAU Sacks Mark-For-Sex Lecturer

10 months ago /

The Governing council of the Obafemi Awolowo University, OAU, has relieved Professor Richard Akindele from the services of the University for gross misconduct.

CMS Old Boys Decry Falling Standard Of Education

10 months ago /

The Abuja Chapter of the old boys association of the CMS grammar school Lagos wants something done urgently about  what they described as the rapid fall in the country’s standard of Education.

E.U. Donates Solar Water Heater To GSS, Kuru

10 months ago /

The Nigerian government will need to do more in its efforts at increasing the adoption of renewable energy in schools so as to improve the ability of science students and education development generally.

Nigerian Air Force Upgrades Institute Of Technology

10 months ago /

The Nigerian Air Force says it is working to increase its capacity to end over-dependence on foreign countries for technical aid.

Former VC, Blames Falling Education Standards On Indiscipline Among Lecturers

10 months ago /

A renowned academician and former vice chancellor of university calabar, Professor Kelvin Etta says indiscipline among university lecturers and their desperation for money has led to the breeding of unproductive graduates and falling standards of education in the country.

NANS Seeks Benchmark For Fees, Advocates Electronic Voting System

10 months ago /

The National Association of Nigeria Students, NANS is calling on the FEDERAL GOVERNMENT to set a twenty-thousand-naira benchmark for tuition fees to avoid exorbitant charges by some public universities


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