Saturday 14th November Top 10 Educational News on Allschool Forum

Saturday 14th November Top Educational News on Allschool Forum.

Saturday 14th November Top  10 Educational News on Allschool Forum

1. Fake Degrees: FG inaugurates Committee, Portal to evaluate foreign qualifications

The federal ministry of Education, today, inaugurated the 34th National Standing Committee, (NSC) on the evaluation of foreign qualifications in Abuja. This is said to be a clear indication that the Federal Government will noRead More

2. Highest paid Prof in Nigerian varsity earns N450, 000 monthly, says ASUU

Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) has strongly demanded for improved welfare and working condition of Professors and other academic staff in Nigerian universities.Read More

3. ASUU Strike: We Are Going Back To The Negotiation Table, Says Ngige

The Minister of Labour and Employment, Dr. Chris Ngige, says he will be going back to the negotiation table with leaders of the Senior Staff Association of Universities (SSANU) and other stakeholders in the education sector to ensure that the current impasse is resolvedRead More

4. Murdered in church: Tears as UNIBEN student, Uwaila laid to rest in Benin

There was a free flow of tears in Benin City as the body of the late Vera Uwaila Omozuwa, an 100 Level Microbiology Student of University of Benin was laid to rest. Her remains were taken to the Peace Sanctuary of theRead More

5. FG: Only qualified teachers will be allowed in classrooms next year

Beginning from next year, only qualified teachers will be allowed in the classrooms, the Federal Government has said. The government said the decision to regulate the teaching profession is to improve the quality of teaching and learning in Nigerian schools.Read More

6. How I made First Class in law school against all odds

In this piece, Kelechi Madu tells the story of his Law School experiences and how determination propelled him to the top. The fourth of July, 2020, was one of those hectic days for me. It mustRead More

7. Nasarawa First Lady Bags Award On Girl-child Education

A leading online newspaper, AREWA REPORTERS, has conferred an award on the First Lady of Nasarawa State, Hajiya Silifat Abdullahi Sule. The award, tagged “Best Performing First Lady on the promotionRead More

8. 12 bag first-class as McPherson varsity graduates 92 students

McPherson University has discharged a total of 12 graduates who emerged with first-class honours and 74 others who bagged a cumulative grade point average (CGPA) in the second-class division.Read More

9. It’s not the end of the world if you don’t make a first class – Nigerian first class graduate says, advises students on how to excel

A first class graduate identified as Iqmat Olapade given some words of advise and encouragement to students striving to graduate with first class, and to graduates who were unable to accomplish such feat.Read More

10. ASUU STRIKE: Labour Politics and Voiceless Students’ Union in Nigeria  

Education is a right of every Nigerian. Unionism or trade union activities in whatever institution or organization is legally permissible. The Nigerian Association of University Teachers (NAUT) formed in 1965 fought for the welfare of universities’ academic staff then.Read More


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