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Iranian students’ repression sparks concerns for academic freedom, mirrors African challenges

The recent news of Iranian students facing legal threats for celebrating their graduation with a dance video has sparked global attention and raised concerns about freedom of expression and human rights. The video, which went viral on social media, depicted a group of female students from Al-Zahra University in Bushehr joyfully dancing and riding a […]

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eLearning Africa 2024: Pioneering education, innovation set to transform Kigali

eLearning Africa, the foremost continental event focusing on digital education, training, and skill development, is poised to hold its highly anticipated 2024 edition from May 29 to May 31 in Kigali, Rwanda. Co-hosted by the Ministry of Education, Rwanda, this conference will gather a diverse array of experts, educators, policymakers, business leaders, and innovators from

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15 useful tips to pass WAEC, JAMB 2024

The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) and the West African Examinations Council (WAEC) are two of the most critical examinations for students who are done with their secondary school education in Nigeria. These examinations shape the academic future of most Nigerian students. These examinations will determine whether they will proceed to a University, Polytechnic

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Unveiling the Unknown: Identifying and Addressing Underlying Developmental Disorders or Health Conditions in Students

“God forbid!” That’s exactly what you’ll hear some parents say when a school gives the information that a child is exhibiting symptoms indicating a specific learning disability such as Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), Dyslexia, Dysgraphia, etc. There are cases of adamant refusal to having the school’s Special Educational Needs (SEN) specialist do a comprehensive check of

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1 Million Teachers CEO Hakeem Subair gets University of Windsor Alumni award of excellence

Hakeem Subair, the CEO of 1 Million Teachers and renowned social innovator, has been announced as the recipient of the prestigious 2024 University of Windsor Alumni Award of Excellence. The news broke when Subair shared the exciting update on his LinkedIn profile on Thursday, April 11, 2024, Edugist learnt Expressing his gratitude for this esteemed

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Nigerian Breweries donates classrooms to school for producing Maltina Teacher of the Year

Nigerian Breweries Plc has donated a new block of classrooms and an e-learning center to the Federal Government College (FGC) Jos. This generous gift comes in celebration of the college for producing producing the winner of the 2022 Maltina Teacher of the Year (MToY) Award, Alaku Ayiwulu. The formal handover of these facilities took place

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Kwara Commissioner, Olododo, earns COREN certification as registered engineer

Mallam Abdulquawiy Olododo, the Kwara State Commissioner for Solid Minerals and Coordinating Commissioner for Works and Transport, has been officially certified as a registered engineer by the Council for Regulation of Engineering in Nigeria (COREN). This recognition places Olododo among the distinguished members of this prestigious regulatory body. The announcement was made public by Olajide

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Top 15 African folktales every young child must know

A folktale is a traditional story passed down orally from generation to generation within a culture or community. These tales often involve characters, settings, and events that are fictional or mythical, and they serve various purposes, including entertainment, education, and the transmission of cultural values, norms, and beliefs. Folktales can take many forms, including myths,

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Ramadan: Continuing the spirit of worship and good deeds

Ramadan, the blessed month of fasting and spiritual reflection, is a time when Muslims worldwide engage in heightened acts of worship, charity, and self-improvement. As this sacred month drew to a close, it is crucial for believers to reflect on how to carry forward the spirit of Ramadan into their daily lives. The teachings of

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