Tag: Schools

JSS1, SS1 Students in Kano to Resume Classes Nov. 16 — Commissioner

Henry Solomon- November 14, 2020

The Kano State Government has approved Nov. 16, for full resumption  of Junior Secondary School, JSS-1 and Senior Secondary SS-1 Students’ academic activities in both ... Read More

Nasarawa Government to Revoke Operational Licences of Erring Private Schools

Henry Solomon- August 10, 2020

The Nasarawa State Government has threatened to withdraw the operational approval for any private schools caught violating the lockdown order by reopening schools for all ... Read More

Nigerian Students Shine at German Entrepreneurship Competition

Henry Solomon- November 8, 2019

Young entrepreneurs from Government Science School, Agaie, Niger state have emerged winners of the inaugural Student Entrepreneurship Activity Hub (SEA-Hub) national competition. The competition which ... Read More

Over 2000 Schools Shut in Suleja

Henry Solomon- October 14, 2019

Niger government has closed down over 2,000 privates schools in Suleja Local Government Area and other parts of the state for operating below government approved ... Read More

4,000 Schools Close As France Records 44.3 Degree Heat

Abdul Jimoh- June 28, 2019

Thousands of schools have been closed and sporting events cancelled on Friday as France records its highest-ever temperature, 44.3 degrees in a heat wave.The high ... Read More

Catholic Organisation Donates to Schools in Nasarawa

Henry Solomon- June 14, 2019

A Catholic organisation, Justice Development and Peace Commission, has donated 410 chairs to some primary and secondary schools in Nasarawa Local Government Area of Nasarawa ... Read More

Lagos Government Sends Warning to School Owners

Henry Solomon- March 20, 2019

The Lagos State Ministry of Education on Wednesday warned owners of unregistered private schools operating in the state to regularise their documents immediately or face ... Read More

NERDC Partners PPDC, Google on Online Safety Measures in School Curriculum

Henry Solomon- March 19, 2019

The Nigerian Educational Research Development Council (NERDC) in partnership with Public Private Development Council (PPDC) and Google is set to harmonise and review the safety ... Read More

FG Considers Education Bond for Public Varsities

Henry Solomon- November 18, 2018

The Federal Government is considering setting up an education bond to finance infrastructure in public universities, President Muhammadu Buhari has said. Buhari made the idea ... Read More

NUT Task Government on Out-of-School Children

Henry Solomon- October 5, 2018

The Nigerian Union of Teachers (NUT), has called on government at all levels to address the problem of Out-of-School Children across the country. Dr Nasir ... Read More

7,705 graduates benefit from 2018 N-power in Niger

Arowobusoye Samuel- August 2, 2018

No fewer than 7,705 unemployed graduates in Niger would benefit from the second batch of the 2018 N-power Volunteers programme of the Federal Government. Alhaji ... Read More

Students Display of Rare Skills Indicates Bright Future for Traditional Games in Lagos

Henry Solomon- July 20, 2018

The participants at Lagos State Secondary School Traditional Games have displayed rare skills at the just-concluded Games, signifying a bright future for the games. The ... Read More

Make History Compulsory in Schools to Regain National Values, University Don Advocates

Henry Solomon- July 5, 2018

A Don, Prof. Mohammed Umar-Buratqai, has urged the Federal Government to make the teaching of History as a compulsory subject in from primary school to ... Read More

Nigerians Clamour for The Introduction of June 12 in Schools

Henry Solomon- June 11, 2018

Some Nigerians have called for the introduction of June 12, 1993, general election into the nation’s history curriculum for both secondary schools and tertiary institutions. ... Read More

Osun Lawmaker Moves to Seek Adequate Motivation of Teachers

Henry Solomon- May 15, 2018

Mr. Tunde Olatunji, a member of the Osun House of Assembly, has called for the adequate motivation of teachers, saying this will improve the standard ... Read More

Principals of Unity Colleges to Beef-Up Security Around Schools

Henry Solomon- April 26, 2018

The principals of Federal Unity Colleges in the South-west zone say they are beefing-up security around their schools in the face of the growing security ... Read More

Lagos Govt. Ready to Open 5,000 Coding Centers

Arowobusoye Samuel- April 4, 2018

The Lagos State Government on Wednesday said all arrangements had been concluded for additional 5,000 Coding Centres to be opened in the primary, secondary schools, ... Read More

Paedophile Bags 60-Year Jail as Lagos Sexual Offences Court Delivers 1st Judgment

Arowobusoye Samuel- February 21, 2018

An Ikeja Sexual Offences and Domestic Violence Court on Wednesday sentenced Obinna Iziejen, a 58-year-old paedophile, to 60 years imprisonment with hard labour for defiling ... Read More

FCTA Expresses Dismay Over Rejection of Vaccination by Foreigners

Henry Solomon- February 20, 2018

The Federal Capital Territory (FCT) Primary Health Care Development Board on Tuesday expressed dismay over rejection of immunisation by some foreigners in the Capital city ... Read More