WAEC withholds 215,149 candidates’ results

THE West African Examinations Council (WAEC) on Monday disclosed that it withheld the results of 215,149 candidates who took the 2020 West...

Teaching in ‘new normal’ requires trust, reforms

THE buzz words since the advent of the COVID-19 pandemic have been the two words: 'new normal', depicting clearly extraordinary times the...

Teaching in the new normal

THE buzz words since the advent of the COVID-19 pandemic have been the two words: 'new normal', depicting clearly extraordinary times the...

What should teachers, pupils expect as schools reopen?

WE ARE living amidst what is one of the greatest threats to global, education in our lifetime a threat to formal learning....

Anambra schools set for exams as pupils return

Four months after the close of schools occasioned by the novel coronavirus, secondary schools in Nigeria on Tuesday, August 4, 2020, re-opened...

Private schools’ teachers send SOS

MOST teachers across the country are suffering due to non payment of salary for almost four months now.  ...

Coronavirus spike as incestuous abuse of children rise

“THERE is no place like home”. That is a popular saying, probably because of the comfort and safety home offers. But have...

Deepening online learning culture in challenged society

UNTIL the emergence of COVID-19 outbreak that has forced pupils out of schools for over two months and still counting, online learning...

FG appoints Ibrahim-Imam TETFUND Chairman

FEDERAL government has approved the appointment of Kashim Ibrahim-Imam as Chairman, Board of Trustees of the Tertiary Education Trust Fund (TETFUND).

Bridging digital divide, critical in fighting COVID 19

AT A time like when the coronavirus pandemic has forced schools to close in over 130 countries, having offices and business areas...

Anambra has no tolerance for illegal schools – Omenugha

ANAMBRA State Government has announced the closure of 12 private schools in the state for engaging in alleged irregularities, including examination malpractices, besides avoidance...

Lights out in schools for safety

… how to sustain children continue their learning process NEARLY 300 million children are out of school due...

Cohabitation: Big challenge for undergraduates

ON FIRST penetration into my naïve ears, the word 'Cohabitation' sounded so strange to me. Enveloped by thoughts, I questioned why I heard it...

When education lacks, economy lags

EDUCATION plays a crucial role in the development of any nation. No nation without quality education for her masses grows and develops. This has...

Anambra set to publish list of unapproved schools – Omenugha

UNDISPUTEDLY, education is regarded as the bedrock of national development of a nation. On this backdrop, Anambra State Government through the Ministry of Basic...

UNIZIK 53rd inaugural lecture provokes women’s consciousness towards self actualisation

NNAMDI Azikiwe University has successfully consummated its 53rd inaugural lecture with an erudite professor of international repute Oby Okechukwu Okonkwor, taking centre stage in...

Without conducive learning environment, children lag

EVERY student’s success is dependent on an accommodating, secure, challenging and academically robust learning environment. School administrators and indeed, teachers should at...

Anambra Library, Momodu hold Spelling Bee Competition for schools

THE grand finale of the 2019 spelling bee competition for library users and primary/ secondary schools in Anambra State has ended in Awka, with...

Anambra students present business plan

IT was indeed a very tough and interesting competition, between the 10 qualified Anambra State secondary schools for the business plan competition grand finale...

‘Quacks to be flushed out of teaching profession’

FEDERAL government has directed that all unqualified teachers should be flushed out of classrooms by December 31, 2019.  ...

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