By Dr. Chuks Osuji
Incontestably, since the appointment and subsequent assignment of portfolio by the President, a lot has been said and written on individual Ministers. Some of those commentaries either tend to project the inevitable failure of those not well
By Olu Obafemi
How have we utilised education (through the National Policies on Education) for national development in Nigeria since independence? Again, this is the subject of another discourse. Suffice to state here that the structure, plans and designs of the
In an interview with Steve Harris, a secondary school drop-out who defied all odds and social norms to become a published author, strategist and professional orator talks about the Nigerian educational system and sundry issues affecting it.
Do you think our
The Director General, National Mathematical Centre, Abuja, Professor Adewale Solarin, said that as far as teachers’ salaries and allowances remain poor, Nigeria may never have the best brains in the teaching profession.
He opined that if the Nigerian teachers were continually
A group, Coalition of Nigeria Apostolic Leaders (CNAL) has cautioned parents and guardians in the country to put an end to nurturing children with worldly and material consciousness, adding that parents aids cheating in exams with about N25 billion annually.
They are maidens. They are innocent,gnashing their teeth right now that they were born Nigerians.
So many things are wrong with the land.Yesterday,we suffered the abduction of Niger delta militants.
Today,our blood flow freely away from our veins by the insurgence of
The Nigerian movie industry is blessed with talented people. Irrespective of their academic backgrounds, these stars have all made a mark in the industry. In this piece, PATIENCE IVIE IHEJIRIKA analyses the effect of their academic backgrounds on their careers
Barely three decades ago, when a secondary student passed his or her West African Examination Council (WAEC) papers at a credit level in one sitting, such a student got instant commendation or a scholarship from the government or a private
'Dele, it is time to go wash the plates,' the mother said to her son.
'My teacher said I must always do my assignment first thing when I get home,' Dele replied, already opening his books.
'But I need those plates to
At last the era of dispute over critical issues concerning the nation's public universities has been put behind us with the resolution of the strike by the Academic Staff Union of Universities.
Now the nation has moved on to the most