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Thursday Top 10 Update on Allschool Forum (30/04)

We are pleased to present to you Thursday Top 10 Educational Updates on Allschool Forum.

1. 2020 WASSCE: Expect New International Examination Timetable Soon – WAEC

The Nigerian office of the West African Ex­aminations Council (WAEC) on Sunday reassured all registered can­didates, schools and other stakeholders that new inter­national timetable for the con­duct of the examination in the West African sub-region will be released once the COVID-19 scourge relaxes in the region. Read More

2. Students from poor homes lag behind in e-learning  

Education authorities have embraced e-learning services after the COVID-19 restrictions which forced schools to shut their doors to millions of learners. But the new learning environment is said to have widened the gap between students from low-income families and their peers. Read More

3. COVID-19: Group launches project to educate children at home  

A United Kingdom (UK) not-for-profit organisation, Universal Learning Solutions, has launched the Nigerians Educate Everywhere at a Distance (NEED) project in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Read More

4. COVID 19: Embrace virtual classroom now, UNIOSUN VC urges academics

THE Vice-Chancellor, Osun State University, Prof. Labode Popoola, has said there is no other time to commence virtual classroom in tertiary institutions than now, urging the academic staff of universities, polytechnics, and colleges of education to embrace virtual teaching across the country. Read More

5. Nigerian Govt launches free virtual learning academy  

The Nigerian government, through the National Information Technology Development Agency, NITDA, has launched a free virtual learning academy as part of efforts to leverage on the digital economy sector. Read More

6. UNILAG makes, donates face masks to police, others

UNILAG News

The management of University of Lagos has revealed that they have donated face masks to policemen and Yaba Local Council Development Area workers. Read More

7. Fed Govt’s data-free sites to boost e-learning

Parents can now heave a sigh of relief over data cost for e-learning as the Federal Ministry of Education (FME) has partnered two e-learning platforms to provide data-free access to educational content to primary and secondary school pupils forced to stay home because of the pandemic. Read More

8. Parents reject request for third term fees 

There has been trouble with attempts by some private schools to resume the third term online this week and force parents to pay fees for the virtual classes. This has raised ire from parents who have described the move as insensitive. Read More

9. COVID-19: KASU sends casual workers on compulsory leave without pay

The Kaduna State University has directed its casual workers to proceed on compulsory leave without pay due to Coronavirus pandemic. Read More

10. ABU’s new Vice Chancellor, Bala, takes over

The new Vice Chancellor (VC) of the Ahmadu Bello University (ABU), Zaria, Professor Kabir Bala, on Thursday, took over the mantle of leadership of the institution in a brief ceremony. Read More

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