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Synopsis JagunJagun (The Warrior) is a story of a young man, Gbotija, whose desire to become a fierce warrior is born out of resentment
The South-Western Townships (Soweto) uprising was a series of demonstrations and protests led by black school children in South Africa that began on the
Nigeria’s education system faces numerous challenges, including inadequate infrastructure and insufficient teacher training. However, the rise of education technology solutions is transforming the educational
The novel  ‘Life Changer’ written by Khadija A. Jalli is the Joint Admissions Matriculations Board’s (JAMB) pick  for 2022 and 2023 Unified Tertiary Martriculation
UBEC Secretary Appeals to Northern Parents to Allow Girls Finish School Before Marriage The Executive Secretary, Universal Basic Education Commission, UBEC, Dr Hamid Bobboyi
NINLAN Abia State seeks Support to Teach Science in Local Languages In a bid to simplify learning, the National Institute for Nigerian Languages (NINLAN),
Good morning my amazing readers! Happy new month. I want to specially appreciate everyone who has been following on the series so far. Your
LASG Postpones 2020 Basic Education Certificate Examination The Lagos State Government, through the State Examinations Board, has announced postponement of the year 2020 Basic
UNILAG Launches Online Teaching, Resumes Academic Activities The Vice-Chancellor, University of Lagos, Prof. Oluwatoyin Ogundipe, has announced the commencement of the university’s online teaching.
UNILAG WSS Suspends Payment of Third Term School Fee The Governing Board of the University of Lagos Women Society School has suspended payment of
The long standing move by the Senate to convert the Yaba College of Technology into a full operational Federal University of Technology, Yaba, on
Mr Muyiwa Ashimolowo, a lecturer, researcher and NLP certified teacher, was this week’s guest on Elvis Boniface’s Education Dialogue, on 100.5 Radio One FM
Today, our guest on Elvis Boniface’s Education Dialogue on 100.5 Radio FM Lagos will be reviewing all the education promises made by the presidential
By Yusuf Akinpelu Quick Book Fact File Publisher: The Random House Publishing Group, New York Year of publication: 1999 Foreword by Attallah Shabazz Introduction
According to the United Nations, International Women’s Day is a time to reflect on progress made, to call for change and to celebrate acts
Ernst & Young, one of the world’s biggest graduate recruiters, has announced it will be removing the degree classification from its entry criteria, saying
You, yes you reading this made our editorial year at Edugist a great year. I just want to wish you a merry Christmas replete
Like we earlier published in this post, the open day (information and registration) is today. The time has come to be part of this
Mavin superstar, Korede Bello, the crooner of the popular ‘godwin’ song has return to school for further studies. The superstar matriculated today at the
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