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Minister directs 104 Unity Schools to join robotics competition

By Juliet Umeh The Federal Ministry of Education, FME, has indicated that from next year all the 104 Unity Schools will participate in the First Lego League, FLL, National Robotics Championship Competition. The Minister of State for Education, Honourable Chukwuemeka Nwajiuba, made this known when FLL national championship winners emerged recently. Nwajiuba who was represented
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Unemployment: What Nigerian Graduates Should Know

‘Nigerian graduates need more than book knowledge for gainful employment’

A Personal Development and Leadership Coach, Mrs Olusayo Adeleye, says Nigerian graduates need more than book knowledge, to be gainfully employed in the 21st Century. Adeleye, the Executive Director of Support Toward Advancement, Networking and Development (STAND) Foundation, made this known in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Ibadan on Tuesday.
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Osun reviews its education policies

Education Policy Review: Panel submits report, seek reversal to 6-3-3-4 system, single uniform policy

As Oyetola reiterates commitment to securing children’s future  Shina Abubakar Osogbo The committee set by Osun State government to review it’s education policy on Monday submitted its report recommending that government reverse to the 6-3-3-4 system, as well as the single uniform policy. It also recommended that ‘Opon Imo’, be retained after some adjustment, but
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Oba of Lagos, others set for 100th edition of King’s College Inter House Sports

Oba of Lagos, others set for 100th edition of King’s College Inter House Sports

His Royal Majesty, HRM, Rilwan Akinolu, Oba of Lagos and others are set to witness the 100th edition of King’s College Inter-House Sports on Saturday, February 22, 2020. Director and Principal of King’s College, Lagos, Mr Andrew Agada, who confirmed the development in an email, stated: “Others include, the Permanent Secretary, Federal Ministry of Education,
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Teacher MaryJane Ikeakaonwu teaches in Bridge International Academies

What makes a great teacher: Pedagogy or personality?

Despite the harsh economic situation in the country, many Nigerians are still ready to spend their last kobo on getting quality education for their children. In fact, it is common to see some parents selling their personal effects to buy books, learning aids and tools for their children or even doing that to pay their school fees. However, if a parent denies himself the luxuries of life to get his child educated, and the school has the best of facilities, the role of the teacher cannot be overlooked. Then the question is: what makes a good or great teacher? Is it his personality or the method of teaching he has acquired?

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