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1. ASUU lists conditions to resume, decries proliferation of varsities
University teachers yesterday declared that they are ready to resume work if all the safety conditions spelt out for the reopening of schools by the government are fully met. Besides, they insisted that government must address the pending issues contained in the memorandum of agreement between the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) and the Federal Government.…Read More
2. Enugu govt flags off decontamination of schools ahead of resumption
The Enugu State Government, on Friday, flagged off comprehensive decontamination and fumigation of secondary schools in the state, ahead of resumption of academic activities. The exercise is being carried out by the State Fire Service, led by its Chief Fire Officer, Engr. Okwudiri Ohaa...Read More
3. Lagos opens boarding houses as schools resume next week
The Lagos State Ministry of Education has approved for its boarding schools to receive SS3 pupils resuming next Monday. In a statement announcing the resumption of schools for SS3 and Technical College 3 students, the Education Commissioner, Mrs. Folasade Adefisayo said day and boarding students would be expected back in school August 3 for revision ahead of the West African School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) starting August 17...Read More
4. Education worst-hit by COVID-19 pandemic, says commission
As the search for the cure for coronavirus continues, the six states in the south have disclosed that beyond health, education is the next most affected by the global pandemic. The states, Bayelsa, Rivers, Akwa-Ibom, Cross River, Edo and Delta States (BRACED) at a meeting by the six commissioners of education, reviewed the challenges and…Read More
5. WASSCE: Ogun govt issues new directives to school teachers
The Ogun State government has directed all secondary school teachers in the state to resume on Monday, August 3 ahead of the West African Senior Secondary Schools Examination (WASSCE) scheduled for August 17...Read More
6. UI student: Company suspends production over worker’s death
Expand Global Industries Limited has announced the suspension of production at site over the death of a worker, Gbadebo Richard, who was a student of the University of Ibadan until his death.…Read More
7. Community leaders have role to play to curb spread of COVID-19, says Virologist
The active involvement of community gatekeepers like community leaders, traditional rulers, religious leaders, among others have been advocated as State governments continue in the fight against the COVID-19 disease...Read More
8. When will public varsities embrace e-learning?
Infrastructural decay exists in almost all sectors of Nigeria. The same rot seeps through the academic system and has today touched the very soul of the university system of the country: its information and communication technology. In this report, Head, Education Desk, IYABO LAWAL, explores what makes a difference between government-owned universities and their private counterparts...Read More
9. Reopening schools-Government should provide PPEs and running water, NUT insists
The Nigeria Union of Teachers (NUT) and the All Nigeria Conference of Principals of Secondary Schools (ANCOPPS) have lauded Federal Government’s decision to reopen schools but insisted that state governments must provide running water and Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) for their use.…Read More
10. Anambra schools to resume August 4 for SS3 students
Anambra State Ministry of Basic Education at weekend announced August 4th as the date for resumption of schools in the state. A statement signed by the Commissioner for Basic Education, Prof Kate Omenugha said only SS3 students in approved public, private and mission schools are to resume in the state...Read More
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