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Sep
19

VIDEO: Unilag Students Stole From Olamide & Dammy Krane While The Two Performed On Stage

A video from a concert headlined by Olamide and Dammy Krane shows how two Unilag students stole from Olamide & Dammy Krane separately while the two were performing on stage. In the first incidence, a fan jumped on stage while Olamide was performing Confam Ni . The fan approached from an angle that was not […]

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Sep
14

Education commissioner talks Islam in schools issue

Local schools have the freedom to tailor teachings as long as they align with state standards, but altering the curriculum to remove religious studies would put students at a disadvantage during test time, education officials said. Tennessee Department of Education Commissioner Candice McQueen, who has been in the position since January, visited Maury County schools […]

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Sep
13

VIDEO: Negligence By UNILAG Authorities Killed Oluchi Anekwe – Sisters Of Electrocuted Student Speak Out

Two sisters of the first class Accounting student who was electrocuted at the University of Lagos last week spoke to Saharareporters describing chilling details of how authorities at UNILAG refused to offer any form of first aid to the dying student while she was rushed to the university’s health center minutes after she was struck […]

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More on the 65 illegal tertiary institutions

“The National Universities Commission, NUC, has released a list of illegal degree awarding institutions operating in the country.” VANGUARD, Friday, August 28, 2015, p 6. ORDINARILY, one would have commended the NUC for identifying and publishing the names of the illegal tertiary institutions. But, this is an extra-ordinary development and it might have been inspired […]

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Alarm, as private varsities can’t enrol enough students

THe establishment of private universities in Nigeria dates back to 1979 when education was placed on the concurrent list in the nation’s constitution, permitting individuals and organisations to establish private universities. Within a period of four years, 24 of such universities were established in the country.   Some of the universities were hurriedly established without proper planning. […]

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Vocation and technical education – a key to improving nigeria’s development (4)

The focus is on the roles of technology and vocational education in enhancing entrepreneurial skills that will equip students for entrepreneurship education in Information and Communication Technology (ICT.) driven technological environment. The world has become globalized and the future prosperity depends on comparative advantage. This comparative advantage hinges on people and their technical or technological […]

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Aug
19

#250MillionReasons to Invest in Education

Global poverty could decline by 12 percent if all students in low-income countries acquired basic reading skills. But 250 million children are not learning the basics by grade 4. That’s #250MillionReasons to invest in education.

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Aug
19

JAMB Admission Policy: We Are Not Forcing Candidates – Registrar

The Registrar of the Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB), Professor Dibu Ojerinde, has been explaining the rationale behind the examination body’s new admission policy which has generated protests from candidates and parents.

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