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Can educators break financial barriers?

Given the recent economic challenges in Nigeria, particularly the escalating prices of goods and commodities, the pressing question arises: Can educators, particularly teachers and classroom managers, cope with these financial strains? Furthermore, can educators across Africa manage the demands of their profession amidst these circumstances? As many teachers continue to grapple with these issues, the […]

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APPLY: 2024/25 PTDF Scholarship Scheme

The PTDF Overseas Scholarship Scheme is a gateway for aspiring scholars to benefit from a diverse pool of knowledge and world-class facilities. The PTDF Scholarship Scheme aims to provide an avenue for candidates to apply for specific programs at partner institutions in the United Kingdom, Germany, France, and Malaysia. Successful applicants will enjoy a comprehensive

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APPLY: 2024 McCain Global Leader Programme

The McCain Global Leaders Programme supports character-driven leaders from around the world who embody Senator John McCain’s legacy of serving a cause greater than oneself. Structured as a 12-month fellowship and immersive learning experience, each cohort will include a diverse group of 25 leaders from around the world who are working “in the arena” to

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ASUU gears up for another showdown with FG

There are fears that the nation’s university workers under the umbrella of Academic Staff Union of Universities, ASUU, are gearing up for another confrontation with the federal government over issues bordering on members’ welfare, working conditions, among others. This is even as the university workers have expressed disappointment over President Bola Tinubu’s failure to fulfil

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A Millennial Lecturer in a GEN-Z Class – Episode 3

Welcome to the 10-episode series on my shocking experience as a millennial lecturer teaching Gen-Z students in a Federal University in Nigeria in the last 12 years. It’s a collection of my classroom interactions with a generation of quick-witted, internet-savvy young adults who are “too bold” for their own good. Episodes 1 and 2 can

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Nigerian students excel with 22 medals at international mathematics tournament in Bulgaria

The Nigerian Tulip International Colleges (NTIC) has garnered significant recognition by securing an impressive tally of 22 medals at the Mathematics without Borders International Tournament held in Bulgaria. According to the organizers of the tournament, the Mathematics without Borders Int’l Tournament is an academic mathematics tournament which “aims at promoting the ancient science of Mathematics

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UNICAL professor accused of soliciting sexual favours for admission – witness testifies in court

The Independent Corrupt Practices and Other Related Offences Commission (ICPC) presented TKJ, a crucial witness (PW2), who testified that Prof. Cyril Ndifon, the suspended Dean of the Faculty of Law at the University of Calabar (UNICAL), has allegedly pressured her to exchange sexual favors for admission into the institution. This was known during a hearing

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Learning levels unknown for over half a billion children: UNESCO holds the first ever Conference on Education Data and Statistics to present solutions

The first ever global Conference on Education Data and Statistics is being convened by the UNESCO Institute for Statistics (UIS) in Paris, 7-9 February. It will discuss the gaps in data that have led to significant blind spots on children’s education around the world and present solutions to fix them. Almost half of countries are

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Michael Okpara varsity shuts down indefinitely over students’ protest

The management of Michael Okpara University of Agriculture, Umudike, Abia, has announced an indefinite closure of the institution following Tuesday’s violent protest by the students. Its vice-chancellor, Maduebibisi Iwe, in a statement in the aftermath of the protest, ordered the students to vacate the university premises immediately. The statement added that the closure was to

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