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How to tackle students’ abduction — NUT, NAPTAN

How to tackle students’ abduction — NUT, NAPTAN

THE Nigeria Union of Teachers, NUT, and the National Parents Teacher Association of Nigeria, NAPTAN, have proffered solutions to the incessant abduction of students by bandits in some parts of the country.

1,157 students kidnapped in seven years

1,157 students kidnapped in seven years

…We need God intervention to end Kidnappings, Banditry -Minister BY Victoria Ojeme Minister of Women Affairs, Dame Pauline Tallen, on Monday condemned the wave of violent attacks on students, saying that about 1,157 students have been kidnapped in seven years. Dame Tallen, who stated this during a press briefing in commemoration of 2021 International Women’s […]

How Students’ Notes taking  can determine  their examination Performance

How Students’ Notes taking can determine their examination Performance

Mrs Oluwakemi Famuyide, the elementary school principal at Greensprings Anthony campus has suggested that students’ academic performance can be improved if a slight change is made to how they take their notes. She said this in an interview during the recent in-service training (INSET) of the school.

Ekiti Govt restates commitment to teachers, students’ welfare

Ekiti Govt restates commitment to teachers, students’ welfare

The Ekiti State government, on Thursday in Ado-Ekiti, restated its commitment towards improving the welfare of teachers and students in the the state. Mrs Olabimpe Aderiye, the Commissioner for Education, gave this indication when the leadership of the Nigeria Union of Teachers (NUT), Ekiti State chapter, visited her. Aderiye expressed satisfaction with the relationship between […]

Incessant abduction of students: Great disservice to education — Stakeholders

Incessant abduction of students: Great disservice to education — Stakeholders

HOLDING the unenviable record of being home to the highest number of out-of-school children, OSC, about 15 million, and also regarded as the poverty capital of the world, Nigeria’s quest for economic and social growth will be further hampered if the trend of abduction of school children is not stopped now, stakeholders have said.