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FG offers solutions to NECO’s transport, logistics problems

Education Minister, Professor Tahir Mamman and the Minister of State for Education Yusuf Tanko Sununu, PhD, have promised that the Ministry will resolve the transport and other logistics problems facing the National Examinations Council (NECO). This promise was made at a recent briefing session with the leadership of the National Examinations Council, Mamman said, the […]

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Ogun school clinches state-wide rotary debate prize

Iganmode Grammar School, Ota, Ogun State, has emerged winner of the Rotary Statewide Public Schools Debate. A statement by the school said Iganmode had 480 points and defeated three other public schools from Ijebu, Remo and Egba educational Divisions. The head of the debate panel, Wale Adebowale, a staff of the State Ministry of Education,

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UNESCO adopts historic revision of 1974 education recommendation for globalised world

In a historic move, the Education Commission of the UNESCO General Conference has unanimously adopted the revision of the 1974 UNESCO Recommendation on education for international understanding, co-operation and peace, and education relating to human rights and fundamental freedoms. This groundbreaking decision comes after two years of meticulous negotiations, showcasing a remarkable display of multilateralism.

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Stakeholders call for inclusion of menstrual health in education curriculum

A coalition of non-governmental organisations in Bauchi State has called for the inclusion of menstrual health in secondary education curriculum to promote hygiene and reduce the stigma girls face. The NGOs during a campaign tagged: “Period Reality” which in Kairos Initiative, Alwadata Initiative, ASHH Foundation and Community Advocate for Rural Development (CARD), on Thursday, believed

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10 educational facts to know about Nigeria’s first female Vice Chancellor

Alele-Williams, who was also the first Nigerian female to bag a doctorate, was appointed the Vice Chancellor of the University of Benin in 1985. Here are 10 things to know about her: 1 – She was born on December 16,1932, in Delta State to an Itsekiri mother and Owan (Edo) father from Sobe. 2 –

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Meet first 4 female students of University of Ibadan

Meet the distinguished alumnae of the University of Ibadan, formerly University College Ibadan. These remarkable individuals have made significant contributions to the stature and education of Nigeria, serving as true inspirations and idols. They embody excellence and are revered as genuine trailblazers. Featured image was in 1953 on their graduation day. From the left-side to

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