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What was the turning point for you in your career? Thank you, my name is Armando. I currently lead the PAL Networks secretariat, based
Osun State government and professionals on Monday stressed the need to improve access to quality education for the girl child. The state’s commissioner for
Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is a developmental disorder that affects communication and behaviour. People with ASD often have difficulty interacting with others and understanding
In a remarkable display of unity and determination, the pupils of Children’s Way Nursery and Primary School, located in the vibrant Fadeyi Community, took
The level of dynamism of today is such that it is very difficult to keep up with changes in our environment. Globalisation and the
Education has always played a major role in shaping human society. The rise of literacy, the invention of the printing press, and the development
Sierra Leone’s dreadlocked minister of basic and upper secondary education is leading a quiet revolution in the 8.42 million people West African country with
Public education in Nigeria plays a critical role in the country because a majority of its children and adults depend on public schools to
Borno state is often cited as having the highest number of out-of-school children in Nigeria. But Africa’s most populous country has about 20 million out-of-school
Sanwo-Olu Provides Free EKOEXCEL eLearning Tools to State Public Schools The Executive Governor of Lagos State, Babatunde Sanwo-Olu, has provided free MP3 e-learning tools
How Learning Music Helps in Kid’s Overall Development. The most life-enriching academic topic of most children is undeniably music. Music is a crucial hallmark
Christianna Foundation to provide up to 20,000 children with essential storybooks We are in the midst of an education crisis in Nigeria, the country
5 Montessori Parenting Tips to Make Life with a Toddler Easier Toddlers may be the cutest personalities you’ll ever have the privilege to be
Recent times have seen an increased focus on skills-based education. The aim is to equip students with the knowledge and abilities to be career-ready
Today’s children are the inheritors of world in flux. Their reality is different, sometimes worlds apart from the experiences and world views that shaped
Over the past few decades, influence of technology upon education sector has been immense. Surveys suggest that, 70-80% of students are relying on education
Teachers are Builders! As teachers, it’s not news that there are several students with individual differences in our classes. In fact, as a speaker,
While a summer camp may simply seem like a quintessential summer pastime for kids, turns out that it is much more. Besides offering students
Enrolling your child in a nursery school will be the first of many firsts for you and your little one. Nursery school will probably be
The first ever Nigerian teachers TV show is being hosted in Abuja, with a Bridge Teacher from Lagos among the contestants. The show, which
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