Benin City — Pupils of Ohovbe Primary School in Ikpoba-Okha local council of Edo State were on Tuesday chased out of their classrooms by cows.The pupils were said to have stayed outside for about one hour before the herdsman came
Kano — Parents having kids without knowledge of parental responsibilities is accountable for numerous social problems the society is facing today, the Emir of Kano Muhammad Sanusi II has said.
He made the comment on Thursday in a remark when the
By Ahmed Tahir Ajobe
Minna — Niger State Government says Information and Communication Technology (ICT) would be taught in primary schools to enhance teaching and learning.
Chairman of the State Universal Basic Education Board, Malam Muhammad Alhassan Bawa Niworu, said government would
Following the deplorable state of infrastructure in the educational sector in the country, the federal government wednesday warned the 36 state governments against their refusal to access the N41 billion Universal Basic Education Commission (UBEC) fund earmarked for education programmes
The Executive Secretary of the Kogi State Universal Basic Education Board, Mrs Justina Dolapo Abanida, has said government is struggling to tackle the menace of phony teachers and schools through employee verification exercise.
She said in an interview with Daily Trust
The Oyo State government has presented a cash reward of N100,000 to the overall winner, Miss Yetunde Lawal, in the 2016 nationwide Mathematical competition organized by the National Mathematical Centre (NMC) for primary school pupils in the country.
This was in
Sokoto State government and the Nigerian Army have teamed up to establish two new schools in Sokoto town and Shagari local government area.
While one of them, a primary school, will have boarding facilities that will cater for children aged between
Abuja — Vice President Yemi Osinbajo yesterday in Abuja stated that the federal government would not rely on importation of food items to implement its School feeding programme.
It will be recalled that the present government of All Progressives Congress, APC
The Anambra State Government has been accused of exploiting and extorting teachers in the state.
The accusation was levelled by stakeholders in the state's education sector during the quarterly meeting of Justice, Development and Peace/Caritas (JDPC) of Catholic Diocese of Onitsha
A total of 67,000 teachers are serving three million pupils in Kano State, Chairman of the State Universal Basic Education Board (SUBEB) Alhaji Zakari Ibrahim Bagwai, has said.
Speaking when the acting governor of the state, Professor Hafiz Abubakar, visited the