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South African Toddler who reads better

Meet 3-year old SA toddler who reads better than school kids three times her age 

  Lethukuthula Bhengu, a three-year-old South African toddler reads better than 80 per cent of schoolchildren more than three times her age. Bhengu reading skills have already made her a TikTok star with nearly a million followers. Earlier this year, Bengu was crowned the youngest African “kidfluencer” at the 36th Annual Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Awards […]

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Over 11,000 candidates sit TRCN professional exam

No fewer than 11,350 candidates across the country have sat for the May Diet of the Professional Qualifying Examination (PQE), organised by the Teachers Registration Council of Nigeria(TRCN). The Permanent Secretary, Federal Ministry of Education, Mr Andrew Adejo, while monitoring the conduct of the examination at Sascon International School in Abuja on Saturday, expressed satisfaction

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Maltina unveils Teacher of the Year award’s date

In a highly anticipated announcement, the organizers of the prestigious Maltina Teacher of the Year Competition have confirmed the commencement of its ninth edition. The nation’s premier educational event promises to honour outstanding teachers across Nigeria and celebrate their exceptional contributions to education. The flag-off ceremony for the 9th edition of the Maltina Teacher of

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Imo education commissioner urges WAEC candidates to shun exam malpractice

The Imo state Commissioner for Education, Prof Johncliff Nwadike, has urged students sitting the ongoing 2023 WAEC/SSCE to shun examination malpractice and be determined to make a difference. The commissioner said this on Friday during his visitations to examination centres in both public and private schools. According to him, the visitation was aimed at ascertaining

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Lagos announces scholarship for indigenes

Lagos state has announced its scholarship programme for indigenes of the state. This was confirmed in a statement released on Friday, May 19. The statement reads in part: “The Executive Secretary of the Lagos State Scholarship Board wishes to inform indigenous students of Lagos State in tertiary institutions across the country and intending to be

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Meet Simi Nwogugu Named Top 10 Finalist For Africa Education Medal 2023

Nigeria’s Simi Nwogugu, CEO of JA Africa, has been named as a Top 10 finalist for the Africa Education Medal 2023. Founded last year by T4 Education and HP in collaboration with Microsoft, the Africa Education Medal is Africa’s most prestigious education accolade. The Africa Education Medal was established to recognise the tireless work of

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NYSC, best youth programme in Africa – Bayelsa SSG

Secretary to the Bayelsa State Government, Alabo Gideon Ekeuwei, has said the National Youths Service Corps, NYSC, is the most vibrant and best youth programme in Africa in the last 50 years. According to Alabo Gideon Ekeuwei, despite the challenges faced in the last 50 years, the NYSC programme has outlived every other youth scheme

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