Lagos plans upgrading AOCOED to university – Sanwo-Olu

Lagos State Governor, Mr. Babajide Sanwo-Olu, has revealed plans by his administration to upgrade Adeniran Ogunsanya College of Education to a University of Education. The Governor said this on Monday when he received the newly elected Zonal Coordinators of the National Association of Nigerian Students, Zone D, led by Kappo Olawale at the Lagos House, […]

LASUBEB Begins Technology Training For Teachers

The Lagos State Universal Basic Board said it had commenced the training of primary school teachers on the use of modern-day technology to enhance efficient teaching. The Commissioner for Education in the state, Folashade Adefisayo, who said this at the commencement of the training code-named EKO EXCEL (Excellence in Child Education and Learning), noted that […]

AAUA Alumni Unveil Education Trust Fund

The Alumni Association of the Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba Akoko, Ondo State, has unveiled an Education Trust Fund to provide financial support for less-privileged students of the institution and to help them to fulfill their academic, professional and entrepreneurial aspirations. The President of the association, Mr Oyekunle Adetoba, in a statement issued on Monday, said […]

Northern Monarchs Meet On Security, Education

Traditional rulers in the 19 northern states and the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja met in Kaduna on Monday on the insecurity in the region and across the country. Held under the platform of the Northern Traditional Rulers Council, the meeting was presided over by the Sultan of Sokoto and Chairman of the Council, Alhaji Muhammadu […]

Too Many Crawley families Are Struggling Writes Shadow Education Secretary In Article To Crawley News 24

“Schools across our country have been devastated by nine years of Tory austerity. We can see it in classrooms all over Britain. Teachers are topping up budgets out of their own pocket, and seeing more and more pupils coming in not having had breakfast or without the right uniform. Crawley’s schools have had their funding […]

Class of ’89 Donates E-Learning Portal To Law School

The Nigerian Law School Alumni Class of 1989 has donated an e-Learning/e-Mentoring/e-Continuing Legal Education (CLE) portal to the Nigerian Law School, Bwari, Abuja. This was done at a recently held ceremony in Abuja to mark the class’ 30th Anniversary of Call to Bar. The e-platform is aimed at supporting quality training and retraining of NLS […]

Successful Teachers

Teachers set the tone in a classroom and can affect children’s lives in profound ways. What teachers do and say encourages or discourages their students. When teachers model acceptance and caring for all children, the students are likely to follow their example. The resulting classroom climate is conducive to children’s growth and development. Children thrive […]

Kaduna Denies Student Death In Wake Of Free Dewormers

Daily Trust gathered that about five students of Government Junior Secondary School Maimuna Gwarzo Tudun Wada were rushed to hospital on Thursday after taking the free deworming drugs launched. The State commissioner ‎for Education Malam Shehu Makarfi in an interview with Daily Trust said no student died as a result of the drug, describing the […]

No Need To Panic – we Can Fix Australian Schools. But To Rush The Reform Is To Ruin It

Every three years around this time politicians, education leaders and pundits step up to call for fixing their education systems. This has happened for two decades now. Education reforms follow one after another. Still, according to the OECD’s Program for International Student Assessment (Pisa), school systems are not getting any better around the world. Indeed, […]