Thursday 17th September Top Educational News on Allschool Forum

Check out Thursday 17th September Top Educational News on Allschool Forum.

1. Taraba govt reopens schools September 21st

Taraba state government has scheduled 21st September 2020 for the reopening of schools in the state after months of COVID-19 academic interruption. Hon Johannes Jigem, Commissioner for Basic and secondary education, announced this on Thursday while briefing journalist in his office in Jalingo...Read More

2. Ebonyi State Schools reopen October 5  

Schools in Ebonyi are set for reopening on October 5, the state government has said. Commissioner for Education in the state, Onyebuchi Chima stated this after the state Executive Council Meeting on Thursday...Read More

3. Anambra schools reopen after 6-month COVID-19 break

ALMOST six months after students were forced to vacate schools because of the outbreak of coranavirus pandemic, public and private schools in Anambra State have resumed academic session with strict COVID-19 safety checks as mandated by the state government and healthcare providers...Read More

4. Killing Nigerian Universities with Strikes

I have many times in my quiet moments and when I meet junior colleagues still teaching in Nigerian universities wondered about the future of our youth and the existential challenge posed by current leaders of industrial unions in the universities to the future of universities and even of Nigeria itself...Read More

5. Parents differ on school resumption

Governments of various states have given the nod for public and primary schools to resume for the 2020/2021 session from Monday, September 21. However, parents differ on whether schools are safe enough for their wards or whether the children can keep to the safety protocols to check the spread of the COVID-19...Read More

6. Rivers community laments school’s state, says has only 2 teachers, pupils sit on bare floor

AHEAD of imminent full resumption for schools over Covid-19, community leaders in Ogboloma, Abua Odual Local Government Area (LGA), have urged the Governor Nyesom Wike to rescue the community primary school from collapsed facilities and absence of teachers...Read More

7. Stop parading yourself as our officers, ASUU tells LASU exco

The national body of the Academic Staff Union of Universities(ASUU) has again dissociated itself from the incumbent officers of the union in Lagos State University( LASU), Ojo,  branch, saying they are not recognised by the union...Read More

8. Education Not Silver Bullet, But Surest Way Out Of Woods

Last Thursday, I was on Al Jazeera’s The Stream, to discuss education in the context of raging insecurity in North-eastern Nigeria. In a programme to mark the International Day to Protect Education from Attack, I was invited alongside two great women, Bukky Shonibare, a girls and women rights activist, and Rosie Collyer, a filmmaker and journalist...Read More

9. Parents lament Babcock’s stringent resumption rules

Babcock University, Ilishan-Remo in Ogun State has set out some stringent rules for students resuming for the 2020/2021 academic session from Monday next week, and parents are not happy about them, particularly their financial implications...Read More

10. Sure and fast way to secure admission, scholarship abroad

Studying abroad has never been an easy journey, especially for students coming from a low income country as Nigeria. Your dreams are valid! Often times, this dream is hampered by lack of information or inadequate funds..Read More


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