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Ondo appoints 1,000 newly recruited teachers

31,000 job seekers apply for Osun teaching jobs

 By Shina Abubakar – Osogbo About 31,000 applicant applied for the Osun teachers recruitment job as the state government insisted that candidates would be selected based on merit. A statement issued by the Ministry of Education media officer, Roseline Olawuni stated that Education Commissioner Folorunsho Oladoyin disclosed that Governor Adegboyega Oyetola has made it clear
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21st century teaching curriculum: Lagos sets standard for private school operators

Issues approval to 173 private schools By Olasunkanmi Akoni The Lagos State Government has charged all private school owners in the state to reflect excellence in their service delivery by integrating 21st-century skills into their teaching curriculum. The state Commissioner for Education, Mrs Folasade Adefisayo gave the charge, Tuesday, while issuing letters of approval to173
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FG to upgrade 22 teaching hospitals – ICRC

The Federal Government will  upgrade the 22 teaching hospitals in the country and construct a new 500-bed state-of-the-art Specialist Hospital, in Abuja through Public Private Partnership (PPP), according to the Infrastructure Concession Regulatory Commission (ICRC), Mr Patrick Ederaro, Acting Head, Media and Publicity, ICRC, made this known in a statement on Saturday, in Abuja.

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Normalcy returns at Ojukwu Varsity Teaching Hospital after two months of bickering by resident doctors

AWKA- AFTER two months of staying away from their duty posts to drive home their demand for improved working conditions, Resident Doctors at the Chukwuemeka Odumegwu Ojukwu University Teaching Hospital, COOUTH, Awka, have returned to work. At some point during the strike, consultants in the hospital also joined, thereby grounding all activities in the tertiary health institution. Even medical students taking their examinations were affected as the consultants, many of who also doubled as lecturers, cared less. 

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Teaching my first German students

The German Managing Director & Chief Executive Officer of Nestle Nigeria Plc, Mr. K.P Waschmut was a good man, an extremely good man. Shortly after he arrived in Nigeria, he sent his driver to the music school of Musical Society of Nigeria (MUSON Centre) to scout for a competent classical music piano teacher who would teach him and his family.

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