Thursday 2nd July Top Educational News on Allschool Forum

Thursday 2nd July Top Educational News on Allschool Forum

thursday 2nd july educational news

1. COVID-19 betting odds: Alabama students throw parties to see who gets infected

Officials in Tuscaloosa, Alabama say some students are throwing parties, competing to see who can catch COVID-19 first. Tuscaloosa Fire Chief Randy Smith spoke about this during a city council meeting on Tuesday, confirming the parties...Read More

2. Insecurity: Gombe College hires vigilante men to watch over institution

The management of  College of Education, Billiri,  in Gombe state, said the porous nature of the area had forced it to engage the services  of 15 vigilante men to watch over the institution...Read More

3. Fraud: Law school pays cleaner N32m, staff gets N36m dressing allowance — Report

The Office of the Auditor-General of the Federation has uncovered financial infractions in the records of the Nigerian Law School. The infractions ranged from outright misappropriation to spending without approval and diversion of pension...Read More

4. ASUU implored FG to reconsider its decision on the proposed reopening of schools

The Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU), on Thursday, implored the Federal Government to reconsider its decision on the proposed reopening of schools nationwide...Read More

5. COVID-19: Booksellers call for review of guidelines for school reopening

President, Booksellers Association of Nigeria (BAN), Mr. Michael Oluwadare Oluwatuyi has expressed concern over the consequences of schools’ inability to meet the conditions for reopening as spelt out in the Federal Ministry of Education guidelines, saying it will be a severe cost to Nigerian booksellers...Read More

6. Niger Govt. approves N86m for repatriation, quarantine of Almajiri pupils

Niger government on Thursday approved N86 million for quarantine, feeding and repatriation of almajiri pupils to their various states of origin...Read More

7. Abia govt approves new working hours for markets, issues new guidelines for wedding, schools, others

The Abia State Government has approved new working hours for markets in the State as COVID-19 continues to spread across the country....Read More

8. NAF signs MoU with UNIBEN, AIB on aerospace tech, accident investigation

The Nigerian Air Force on Wednesday, signed a Memoranda of Understanding with the University of Benin (UNIBEN), the Accident Investigation Bureau (AIB) and Digital Bridge Institute on aircraft accident investigation, aerospace technology, energy, software development and robotics...Read More

9. NCC releases educating material on how to keep children safe online

Following the growing impact of COVID-19 and the continuous use of the social media to educate children who are currently locked down at home, the Nigerian Communications Commission, NCC has produced an educative material showing how parents could keep their children safe as they resort to visual learning.Read More

10. School reopening: Some pupils are already hawking – Minister of State for Education, Emeka Nwajiuba

Minister of State for Education Emeka Nwajiuba who spoke ahead of the planned reopening of schools, has disclosed that some parents are already engaging their children in street trading following the closure of schools over the Coronavirus pandemic...Read More

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