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In a thrilling showcase of academic excellence and fervour for STEM education, Herbert Macaulay Girls’ Senior High School clinched the top spot in EDUGIST’s
While education may persist without qualified educators, it cannot reach its full potential. Qualified educators provide expertise, guidance, and inspiration, shaping students’ learning experiences
Weekends serve as a crucial opportunity for teachers to rejuvenate, reflect, and prepare for the upcoming week. While it’s tempting to simply unwind, effective
Achieving a score of 300 in the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) in 2024 demands meticulous preparation and a strategic approach. This essay will
For most Nigerian teachers, the reality bites harder than a poorly photocopied textbook. Low salaries, inconsistent payments, and a chronic lack of support paint
You have been to sixty-plus countries, how has that influenced the way you see the world? I love engaging with people, knowing cultures, seeing
Teachers frequently aspire to inspire, encourage, and motivate their students in their academic and personal development. Providing feedback on report cards, homework, and offering
The Association of Private Educators in Nigeria (APEN) hosted its 2023 conference themed “Future Fusion: Artificial Intelligence in Learning and Innovation.” The conference, held
Who is a teacher? A teacher is a teaching professional who is meant to help the students to gain knowledge, competence, and virtue. For
Igbara-Oke, Ondo State born Prof Sophie Oluwole (originally from Edo state), was the first woman to earn a doctorate degree in Philosophy in Nigeria.
The Maltina Teacher of the Year competition has unveiled its top 10 educators, setting the stage for an inspiring celebration of excellence in education.
Nigeria Union of Teachers (NUT), Lagos Mainland has celebrated the World Teachers’ Day at African Princess Primary School, Abule Oja. Laagbe Abdullahi, chairman of
Sogbera Foundation has distributed an array of essential school supplies to deserving students across schools in Imota local council development area. The initiative aims
The National Examinations Council (NECO) has commenced marking its 2023 school-based senior secondary certificate examination(SSCE) scripts. It commenced the marking on Saturday, September 2,
From prime moments in his childhood to becoming a professor of marketing at Africa’s premier business school, Uchenna Uzo, Ph.D, faculty director at the
Ab initio,the origin of the word Egba is disputed.The first meaning might have come from the word Ẹ̀gbálugbó, meaning wanderers towards the forest. This
LTiv (or Tiiv) is a Tivoid ethnic group. They constitute approximately 5 percent of Nigeria’s total population, and number over 15 million individuals throughout
In a remarkable display of cross-cultural collaboration, Oluwadamilola Sansadeen, a first-year Marine Sciences student at the University of Lagos, embarked on a transformative journey
Renowned historian, Prof. Toyin Falola of the University of Texas at Austin, USA, has called for certification of technical skill programmes in universities. Speaking
HISTORY:Historians have described the crisis between Ile-Ife and Modakeke as one of the oldest intra-ethnic conflicts in Nigeria.The collapse of Old Oyo Empire in
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