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Thursday 23rd July Top Educational News on Allschool Forum

Thursday 23rd July Top Educational News on Allschool Forum.

NGO kicks against reopening of schools

1. FG: SS3 students may sit for GCE if there is no shift in WAEC Timetable

The Federal Government has declared final year secondary school students may have to sit for the General Certificate Examinations (GCE) in November if there is no shift in the timetable of the West African Examination Council (WAEC)...Read More

2. Trump Says He Is Comfortable Having His Son And Grandchildren Back In Schools

U.S. President Donald Trump said on Wednesday he is comfortable with his son, Barron, and grandchildren going back to school, arguing that schools should be open despite concerns from many that it could lead to more coronavirus infections.Read More

3. Students fault ASUU on 2021 resumption date

Many students have expressed disappointment over the statement by the President of the Academic Staff Union of the Universities (ASUU), Prof. Biodun Ogunyemi, that the Federal Government should not reopen schools until it is safe for students…Read More

4. COVID-19: Virtual classroom not yet the alternative, says AFED

The online classroom is not yet an alternative to physical schooling, as the challenges of fully taking to the virtual space are daunting, with poor electricity supply and cost of data topping the list...Read More

5. Don’t Reopen Schools Now, Doctors Warn FG

Following the clamour by many interest groups for the reopening of schools, the Paediatric Association of Nigeria (PAN) has warned against reopening of schools, stressing that COVID-19 is still on the rise...Read More

6. Blended classrooms new path for varsities post-COVID-19 – Okebukola 

A  professor of science and computer education and former executive secretary of the National Universities Commission (NUC), Peter Okebukola, has said the only way for academic institutions, especially at the tertiary level, to remain relevant and effective in performing their roles after the coronavirus crisis is to embrace ‘blended classrooms’ learning environment..Read More

7. 90,000 applicants captured for teaching job in Oyo

Over 90,000 applicants have so far been captured by the Teaching Service Commission in Oyo State in the ongoing process to check rising unemployment. This was disclosed by the Chairman of the  Commission, Akin Alamu in Ibadan yesterday during a private radio programme...Read More

8. COVID-19: Things getting really bad, unbearable for us, say private school teachers

The National Association of Private School Teachers (NAPST), which is the umbrella body of private teachers in Nigeria, has raised the alarm that things are getting really bad and unbearable for them, financially, due to the prolonged closure of schools as a result of coronavirus pandemic…Read More

9. Reps want alleged assault of Nigerian students in India investigated

The House of Representatives has urged the Nigerians in Diaspora Commission and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs to urgently investigate the alleged assault of two Nigerian students by eight people in India...Read More

10. NGO kicks against reopening of schools

An interdenominational Non Governmental Organisation (NGO) under the aegis of the Interfaith Dialogue Forum for Peace (IDFP) has advised the Federal Government not to be in a hurry in reopening schools in the country...Read More

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