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Lagos to recruit 15,000 teachers, deploy technology in classrooms

Lagos State Governor, Babajide Sanwo-Olu has declared plans by his government to recruit up to 15,000 teachers into the workforce in the...

Govt must prioritise computer science learning experiences in schools – Expert

The Federal and state governments have been urged to leverage computer science education as part of efforts to improve teaching and learning...

Schoolgirls develop app to tackle traffic gridlock in Lagos

Four secondary schoolgirls have developed an innovative application called Frostbits to address obstructive parking that results in traffic gridlock in the country.

Nigerian schoolgirls develop app to help underprivileged children get education funding

A group of five Nigerian schoolgirls working as team ‘Brain Squad’ have developed an app that would help finance the education of poor children...
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How online cuts the cost of a degree programme

Having a degree is essential in today’s job market. Having an appropriate degree makes a very big difference when applying for a job. Keep...

Massive neglect of ICT in Port Harcourt private schools must end

By Guy Ahmadi Education that does not lead the educated towards current developmental trends preparing students now for the future is a practical waste of...

TRCN finally launches multimillion naira TIS website after EduCeleb report

The Teachers' Registration Council of Nigeria (TRCN) has finally launched its Teacher Information System (TIS) website over a month after EduCeleb.com reported...

Unable to manage two, Nigeria’s education ministry opens new twitter handle

The Federal Ministry of Education in Nigeria has opened a new twitter handle. This is at a time it already had...

University of Nigeria produces Nigeria’s first electric car

Nigeria's first electric car was on Monday unveiled at the University of Nigeria, Nsukka. Named ‘Lion Ozumba 551′, the...

NCC awards research grants to universities

The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) has given out a grant of N65 million to 11 universities in Nigeria to boost the telecommunication sector. NCC Executive...
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