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  • Ray Of Hope As FG-ASUU Re-Negotiation Team Emerges

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    Recently, the Federal Government of Nigeria inaugurated new committee to re-negotiate ASUU/FG 2009 agreement which has been the subject of strikes in the nation’s public owned ivory towers. In this report, TYOHEMBA HENRY examines the emergence of the committee in the face of clamour for stability in the nation’s ivory towers. Arguably, the much talked…

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  • NIPEP, SEPIP Projects Imperative For Educational Development-Minister

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    Minister of Education, Mallam Adamu Adamu has said the Nigeria Partnership For Education Project (NIPEP) and State Education Programme Investment Project (SEPIP) will play an integral roles in repositioning the Nigerian Educational System. He said this during the Joint National Project Steering Committee Meeting of SEPIP and NIPEP, held recently at the federal Ministry of…

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  • Gov Ortom Sacks TSB BOSS

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    Governor of Benue State, Samuel Ortom, has ordered the immediate removal of the Executive Secretary (ES) of the Teachers Service Board (TSB), Mr. James Pine from office. The acting Secretary to the State Government (SSG), Dr. Bem Meladu, revealed this yesterday in Makurdi saying the state government was embarrassed by the actions of Pine who…

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  • We’ll Do Whatever It Takes To Save World’s Excluded Children – INGO

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    International non-government organisation, ‘Save the Children’ has pledged to help support children in the developing countries with Nigeria as top priority. Speaking with Journalist in Abuja on Thursday, the Chief Executive, ‘Save the Children’, United Kingdom, Mr Kevin Watkins raised concern over the condition of children in the North East saying that they urgently need…

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  • NUC Scraps Diplomas In Varsities

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    The National Universities Commission (NUC) has scrapped sub-degree diploma programmes in the Nigerian University System (NUS), with a call on universities running them to begin the process of winding them down. A comprehensive review of the entire university curricula (the Benchmark Minimum Academic Standards) and ranking of Nigerian universities have also been scheduled for 2017,…

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  • The Agony Of A Nigerian Teacher

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    In this report, Tyohemba Henry looks at the plight of a 21st century Nigerian teacher, characterised by hunger and frustration which discourages many young school leavers from taking to the profession. It’s often said that a teachers’ reward is in heaven. This reward-in-heaven cliché is the one reason many young school leavers run away from…

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