Abeokuta — THE Ogun State Government has been given a clean bill of health on the management of funds and other resources of the Federal Government's homegrown school programme which commenced in 2017.
The national home-grown school programme is a government-
The World Bank has approved two Program-for-Results operations totalling $961 million to support the Nigerian federal and state authorities in their effort to foster inclusion and revive growth, in alignment with the Economic Recovery and Growth Plan (ERGP) of the
The UN Special Envoy for Global Education, Mr Gordon Brown, says there are about 11 million out-of-school children in northeast Nigeria due to the destructive activities of the Boko Haram terrorists.
Brown, former British Prime Minister and chair of the Commission
IN making a choice for a good school, children rely absolutely on the decision of their parents. The outcome of such decisions made by parents either makes or mars the education of the children.
It has been discovered that parents want
The Lagos State Government is launching a website to register intending applicants for the 2017 edition of Ready.Set.Work, a project aimed at equipping final year students with valuable skills.
This was made known by the Special Adviser to Governor Akinwunmi Ambode
The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) has decried the sharp drop in education aid to sub-Saharan Africa in the last six years.
A report published by UNESCO's Global Education Monitoring (GEM) revealed that total aid to education between
Senate President Bukola Saraki has raised the alarm over the high number of children that are out of school in the country.
He said the 10. 5 million children roaming the streets without attending schools constitute a ‘ticking time bomb’.
The Oyo State government has warned that herdsmen found shepherding cows into public schools or converting their playground to grazing fields will be arrested for prosecution, while the straying cattle will be seized as exhibits.
The Commissioner for Education, Science and
In its continuous drive towards promoting reading culture in Nigeria and Africa, AIFA Reading Society has rewarded outstanding teachers and students in junior and senior secondary schools in Lagos State. At its 2017 Little Writers Award held recently, at the
By Itodo Daniel Sule
Lokoja — Mr Tijani Adaidu is Director/Chief Executive Officer of the Kogi State Library Board. In this interview, he provides reasons for the poor reading culture amongst students, as well as factors affecting effective library services in