Sunday 28th June Top Educational News on Allschool Forum

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Sunday 28th June Top Educational

1. Rufus Giwa Poly Rector: We’re not sacking any staff

The Rector of Rufus Giwa Polytechnic, Owo, Ondo State, Mr Gani Ogundahunsi, has denied the report that the polytechnic was planning to retire staffers who had turned 60 years old in December 2019.Read More

2. NANS to protest alleged victimisation of Ilaro Poly SUG President  

The National Association of Nigerian Students (NANS) has resolved to converge in Abeokuta, the Ogun State capital, for it describes as “mother of all protest” against the continued victimisation of a member, Comrade Adegboye Olatunji, by the Federal Polytechnic, Ilaro.Read More

3. NUC accredits 14 academic programmes in UNIABUJA

No fewer than 14 programmes of the University of Abuja have been accredited by the National Universities Commission (NUC). The Computer Science offered in the University got denied accreditation while ten (10) academic programmes were given full accreditation, four (4) had interim accreditation.Read More

4. COVID-19: Don’t re-open schools now, Niger NUT warns gov’t

The Nigeria Union of Teachers (NUT), Niger state wing has warned the governments against taking any “hasty” decision to re-open the schools saying such decision will be counter productive.Read More

5. Osun to implement review of schools’ reclassification policy ahead of resumption

The Government of Osun State says that it has concluded plans to implement the review of the reclassification policy of state schools which it had approved earlier.Read More

6. Coronavirus: Government plans to deploy disinfectant booths to schools

The Federal Government has announced plans to deploy locally fabricated disinfectant booths to public schools across the country to curtail Coronavirus spread, as schools reopen for academic activities.Read More

7. Closure of schools: Students worried over COVID-19/ASUU crises

Hundreds of students in tertiary institutions across the country are currently seething with anger. Some are sulking in their respective closets, claiming they have genuine reasons to be sad – that they have been at home for a long while –  some for an upward of four months simply idling away.Read More

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