Imo State Governor, Rochas Okorocha, has called for the removal of English Language as part of entry requirements into universities and other tertiary institutions.
Okorocha made the call in Abuja when he led a delegation of Imo State Government to the National University Commission, NUC, to sec [...]
A South Africa-based online resource provider, EBSCO, has granted the National Universities Commission, NUC, six months trial access to its e-books and e-journals before commencing full subscription.
Executive Secretary of NUC, Prof. Julius Okojie, disclosed this in Abuja at a workshop to train [...]
In 2015, the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board, JAMB, adopted the Computer-Based Test, CBT, as the singular mode for conducting the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination, UTME, thus abolishing the use of Paper-Pencil Test, PPT. In this report, Godfrey AKON examines the setbacks, struggles [...]
The Feed and Read Program for Girls, a literacy scheme of the American University of Nigeria, AUN, for disadvantaged young girls in the Yola-Jimeta community, recently received a boost from Vicki Marsha Uniforms, a California-based school uniforms company.
The university said i [...]
Minister of State for Education, Prof. Anthony Anwukah, has urged parents in the country to encourage their wards to read and express themselves in poetic forms as part of efforts towards deepening their knowledge.
Anwukah, who spoke in Abuja on the occasion of the 2016 World Poetry Day, stress [...]
The Federal Government has set up a panel to unravel the veracity of allegations levelled against a teacher in Queens College, Lagos for sexually molesting a Junior Secondary School, JSS student.
Minister of State for Education, Prof. Anthony Anwukah, who constituted the panel charged members t [...]
The Federal Government has given indications to reduce counterpart funds paid by states to access UBEC allocations for the development of basic education in states.
Over N58 billion allocated to states is currently in the coffers of the Universal Basic Education Commission following the inabilit [...]
An estimated 32 per cent of Nigerian children between the ages of 6 to 11 years are not enrolled into primary school, a survey conducted by the National Population Commission, NPC, has revealed.
The data survey, which was carried out in partnership with the Ministry of Education and the United [...]
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