Plateau: Teachers Protest Over Non-Payment Of 7 Months Salaries
Teachers in Plateau on Friday in Jos staged a protest rally over alleged non-payment of their seven months salaries by the state government. The state government says the delay is due to the on-going bio-metric data capturing of the teachers. An official of the government, Mr Nanle Dashe, told the.....
EBOLA SCARE: FG shuts schools till October 13
The Federal Government, yesterday, took far-reaching decisions to curtail the spread of the deadly Ebola Virus Disease, EVD, in the country as it postponed the resumption of all primary and secondary schools till October 13, even as government cleared the air on the health status of a sister to the.....
Kalu lifts UNN, students
Donates computer sets, promises cash rewards Former governor of Abia State and Founder of SLOK Group, Dr. Orji Uzor Kalu, has made good his promise to students of the Depart­ment of Economics, University of Nigeria, Nsukka (UNN), this year by donating computer sets to the institution. This is even as.....
Mass failure as WAEC releases results
The West Africa Examination Council, WAEC has released its May/June 2014 West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) results, recording mass failure in Mathematics and English Language. Announcing the results, Monday, at WAEC office, Yaba, the Head of National Office, WAEC, Mr. Charles Eguridu said: “A total of 529,425 candidates,.....
176 teachers killed in Nigeria’s restive north-east since 2011 – official
One hundred and seventy-six teachers have been killed and 900 schools destroyed in Nigeria’s Borno state since Boko Haram militants intensified their violent attacks in 2011, officials said Thursday. The governor of the northeastern state Kashim Shettima revealed the horrifying statistics in a statement to a committee attempting to make.....
170 students bag PTDF overseas scholarship
The Petroleum Technology Development Fund (PTDF) on Monday said 170 candidates had been selected for its overseas scholarship sheme for 2014/2015 academic session. This is contained in a statement by Mr Kalu Otisi, Head, Media and External Relations of the fund, which was made available in Abuja. It said the.....
Imo wins NNPC South East zonal quiz competition
IMO State has won the 2014 South East zonal secondary schools quiz competition organised by the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation, NNPC. The state scored 60 points, while Anambra State came second with 50 points, followed by Enugu State, which garnered 45 points. Ebonyi and Abia states scored 30 and 25.....
Ezekwesili advocates structural change in education
FORMER Minister of Education, Dr. Oby Ezekwesili weekend advocated a permanent structural change that would enhance the quality of education and skill development. Dr Ezekwesili spoke at a Youth Empowerment Summit tagged: “Empowerment for Greatness,” organised by the Deeper Christian Life Ministry, at the church’s Conference Centre, on Kilometre 42,.....
From:Our Reporter The activities of admission racketeers has come into public view recently in the Federal Polytechnic ,Nekede as unsuspecting admission seekers are issued with fake Admission letters possibly to defraud them of hard earned monies. According to investigations by the Imostateonline.com, these alleged fake Admission racketeers work with some.....
How Ghana Sub-Standard Universities Fleece Nigerian Students
After a recent tour of Accra-Ghana, Damilola Oyedele writes on the rising trend of Nigerians attending sub-standard universities in Ghana and how these schools take advantage of the situation in Nigeria’s educational system to fleece Nigerian students Ibrahim Abubakar (not real name) chose to go to Ghana for his university.....
JAMB to conduct paper-pencil, computer-based tests in April, May
                                           JAMB to conduct paper-pencil, computer-based tests in April, May The Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB), said on Thursday that it would conduct a paper-pencil test (PPT) and computer-based test (CBT) on April 12 and May 17 respectively in 2,000 centres across the country. The Registrar of JAMB, Prof. Dibu Ojerinde stated this.....
250 million children globally are not learning basic skills in school report
childrenToday’s Telegraph: The United Nation, in an independent Education for All (EFA) Global Monitoring Report, says at least 250 million children globally are not learning basic skills, even though half of them have spent at least four years in school. The report released at the UN Headquarters in New York.....

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