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Thursday 25th June Top Educational News on Allschool Forum

Thursday 25th June Top Educational News on Allschool Forum

1. Conditions for reopening schools: Provide facilities in schools, ASUU, NUT, others tell FG 

Critical stakeholders in the education sector have called on the government to lead by example by providing all the facilities required for a safe reopening of schools during this COVID-19 pandemic in those schools it owns.Read More

2. ABU Zaria introduces 5 new courses on anti-corruption 

The Ahmadu Bello University, ABU, Zaria, and the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, has signed a Memorandum of Understanding, MoU, to start five different programmes in anti-corruption studies to strengthen anti-graft crusade in the country.Read More

3. ASUU Decries Slide of Varsity Ranking  

The Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) Thursday decried the ranking of public universities in the country, stating that the positions of the universities vindicate the resolve of the union that the federal government has failed to properly fund education...Read More

4. Why we sacked 127 staff — Bowen University 

The management of Bowen University, Osun state has explained why it sacked about 127 members of staff of the institution. The Head of Information and Public Relations Unit of the university, Toba Adaramola, confirmed the sacking in a statement issued on Wednesday.Read More

5. COVID-19: Niger weighing risks of reopening schools

NIGER State government says it is still weighing carefully the risks of reopening schools and putting in place strategies based on existing situations to ensure maximum safety of students and staff in schools...Read More

6. TETFund to provide 200,000-bed spaces in Nigeria’s tertiary institutions 

The Tertiary Education Trust Fund (TETFund), says it will provide no fewer than 200,000-bed spaces for students in various tertiary institutions in the countryRead More

7. COVID-19: We Will Decide When All Classes Would Resume On July 15 — Makinde  

The Oyo State COVID-19 Task Force has modified the resumption date for Primary six, Junior Secondary School III and Senior Secondary School III students in the state. The Task Force, which rose from a two-and-a-half-hour meeting on Monday, reviewed the state of preparedness of the schools ahead of the planned resumption.Read More

8. E-lessons or not, teachers must start afresh post-COVID-19, says Nigerian Union of Teachers (NUT)

The chairman of the Nigerian Union of Teachers (NUT), Lagos State chapter, Mr Adedoyin Adesina, says that regardless of various virtual lessons being organised for students in primary and secondary schools in the country during this period of school closure occasioned by the coronavirus pandemic, teachers will have to start their lessons from where they stopped at the time schools were shut and students were asked to stay at home indefinitely.Read More

9. Tough times as Nigerians studying in UK grapple with COVID-19 realities  

The COVID-19 pandemic has affected lives and livelihoods, making survivors miserable. The hope of future leaders of Nigeria is currently put on hold, literally. For those who have sought better higher education in the United Kingdom, a home return looms. IYABO LAWAL examines the economics of studying abroad in a COVID-19 era.Read More

10. NYSC refutes plans to reopen orientation camps

The National Youth Service Corps (NYSC), on Thursday, denied plans to reopen orientation camps across the country in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic.Read More

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