Restructuring our education system for a better Nigeria

By Temitope Adigun One thing that is peculiar and synonymous to every society in the world is the urge and hunger for progress, living on...

Reminiscences on the tenure of Prof. Rahamon Bello in UNILAG

By Andrew Aroloye How time flies is a common saying. We often say too that “the debtor does not count days, but the lender does!”....

Nigerian universities and need-based innovative content and research

I attended a Symposium at the University of Lagos last Thursday, 19th October, 2017 on the invitation of the UNILAG's Dean of Education, Professor...

Teacher Quality Reforms: Nigerians Hate Nigeria

It’s not surprising to see that changes aren’t meeting Nigeria, when young minds pass through institutions with nothing to hold on to, we then start thinking of working out solutions to people who should be drivers of innovation and creativity in our society, but with teachers who have nothing to offer, it’s a case of back to square one for us!

The pains of pupillage in Nigerian tertiary institutions

By Sanni Kay. Yusuf Nigeria, inhabited mostly by the downtrodden (people who eat from hand to mouth, feeding on a meal greatly lesser than $1;...

Prioritising education and standardising teacher welfarism is the way forward

The impact teachers have on their students last a lifetime and until education is prioritized and teachers' welfare is standardized, we will continue sacking teachers en masse and producing graduates who don’t know their left from their right.

Who wants to be a teacher? by Olalekan Olagunju

Olalekan Olagunju examines the disnterest of prospective students in choosing teaching courses in tertiary institutions as a result of the lack of attention for...

​Women’s rights, education: Breaking the silence by Boluwatife Akintomide

Boluwatife Akintomide focuses on the need to promote the education of women as well as women's rights in the Nigerian society. Many young women are...

Post-UTME and the examples of UI and MOUAU by Theresa Ezuka

Theresa Ezuka writes about a model for determining the standards of entry into Nigerian universities citing examples from the University of Ibadan and the...
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