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NUT demands end to privatisation, commercialisation of education

The Nigeria Union of Teachers, NUT, has called on the Nigerian Government to bring to end the Privatisation and Commercialisation of education ongoing in the country, stating that it was not healthy for the nation’s educational sector. The body of teachers, however, urged governments at all levels to make better investment in education in order […]

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Alleged missing N2 trillion: TETFUND says FG borrowed N371bn

The Tertiary Education Trust Fund (TETFUND) says that the federal government is indebted to the agency to the tune of N371 billion amid allegations of a mission of N2.3 trillion. Sonny Echono,TETFUND executive secretary disclosed this at a public hearing on alleged missing N2.3 trillion in TETFUND between 2011 to date, organised by an ad

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Emir of Kano warns against admitting misfits into police academy

The Emir of Kano, Alhaji Aminu Bayero, has urged the Nigeria Police Academy, Wudil, to carry out personality profiles of candidates before offering them admission into the academy. Bayero made the call when the commandant of the academy, Sadik Abubakar, paid him a courtesy visit in Kano. The ruler said the call became necessary to

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College of education union directs members to work two days a week amid fuel hike

The national leadership of the College of Education Academic Staff Union (COEASU) has issued a directive to its members across the country on Wednesday, advising them to only report to their workplaces two days per week. The reason behind this decision is attributed to the recent increase in the price of Premium Motor Spirit (PMS),

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UNIMED

UNIMED establishes partnership with college of surgeons

The University of Medical Sciences, Ondo City, Ondo State, has established a partnership through a Memorandum of Understanding with the West African College of Surgeons. The agreement, which was signed at WACS Permanent Secretariat, Yaba, Lagos, would provide an opportunity for resident surgeons from Nigeria and across the West African region to undergo a PhD

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Embracing feedback

Embracing Growth: The Art of Giving and Receiving Feedback

In today’s era of continuous improvement and personal development, feedback plays a vital role in shaping our growth as individuals and professionals. As an educator, I have come to appreciate the transformative power of feedback. However, the true journey lies not only in giving feedback but also in our ability to accept and integrate it.

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World Teachers Day 2023

Becoming an effective teacher: 10 tips for success

Teachers play a vital role in shaping the minds and future of their students. They are more than just providers of knowledge; they are mentors, guides, and facilitators of growth. To become an effective teacher, one must understand the diverse needs of students and employ various strategies to engage and inspire them. From helping them

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From books to hooks: Linguistics student shares her journey to becoming a skilled crocheter

Lawal Barakat Ayomide is a final year student of the Department of Linguistics and African Languages, at Obafemi Awolowo University. In this interview with Edugist, she shares her journey to becoming a skilled crocheter, the challenges, and plans for the future.  How did your journey of making crochet start? Just like everyone was bored and

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My Mass Communication degree did not waste – Singer, Simi

Popular singer, Simisola Kosoko, simply known as Simi, has said that her Bachelor of Arts Degree in Mass Communication is not a “waste.” Simi bagged a Mass Communication degree from the prestigious Covenant University, but tossed her certificate aside for the mic. However, Simi has insisted that her degree “did not waste” despite not using

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