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Tuesday 28th July Top Educational News on Allschool Forum

Tuesday 28th July Top Educational News on Allschool Forum. Please share after reading.

We have put measures in place for reopening of schools ― Benue govt

1. We have put measures in place for reopening of schools ― Benue govt

Following the directive of the Federal Government that schools be reopened on 4th August 2020, the Benue State Government said it has put measures in place to curtail the spread of COVID-19.Read More

2. PSN Lists Conditions for Reopening of Schools

Pharmaceutical Society of Nigeria (PSN) President, Mr. Sam Ohuabunwa, said before schools could reopen, the federal government should ensure proper disinfection of classrooms and school environments; ensure all schools have protocols for proper sanitation arrangement, including handwashing facilities, sanitisers, and disposable towels...Read More

3. Covid-19: Pro-chancellors Appeal to FG to Reopen Private Varsities

The Committee of Pro-Chancellors of Private Universities (CPCPU) in Nigeria has pleaded with the federal government to reopen the country’s 78 private universities, which have been closed alongside other educational institutions in Nigeria since March 23 due to the Covid-19 pandemic.Read More

4. Abia to hold summit on reopening of schools

The Government of Abia State has announced that it would be holding a special summit on education to deliberate on modalities for reopening private and public schools in the State...Read More

5. UNIPORT’s crisis will persist without governing council – ASUU 

The Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) has warned that the myriads of problems hampering the progress of the University of Port Harcourt (UNIPORT) would persist if the Federal Government failed to constitute a Governing Council for the university...Read More

6. VC commends FG over reopening of schools for exit classes

The Vice-Chancellor, Trinity University, Lagos, Prof. Charles Ayo, has commended the Federal Government for reopening schools for students in exit classes to take public examinations…Read More

7. Ebonyi female undergraduate turns okada rider  

A 25-year-old female undergraduate should ordinarily be choosy. But that certainly isn’t the case for Miss Goodness Amarachukwu Onwumere. The 300-level student of Political Science, Faculty of Social Science and Humanities at the Ebonyi State University (EBSU), Abakaliki, cannot afford all the luxuries that many young ladies of her age enjoy..Read More

8. Why Lagos is creating job initiative for 1M undergraduates, Sanwo-Olu’s aide

The Lagos State Government said it introduced jobs Initiative in eight state based tertiary institutions as complementary training of students in entrepreneurship, employability and basic digital skills required for the workplace...Read More

9. WASSCE: Students optimistic as teachers, parents fear mass failure  

Graduating students in secondary schools across the country on Monday expressed joy over the reopening of schools for them to write their final year examinations. Many of those interviewed said they were tired of staying at home and saw the reopening of schools as a glad tiding...Read More

10. Only schools designated as WASSCE centres will re-open — FG

The Federal Government on Monday said only schools designated as centres for the West African Senior School Certificate Examinations (WASSCE) and in respect of the exiting classes would re-open.Read More

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