04-12-19 News

In Nigeria

COEASU begins strike (The Nation)

NGO educates teenagers on future employability (The Nation)

IPPIS: don’t enrol our members – ASUU tells IPPIS officials (The Nation)

WAEC withdraws 1992, 1993 candidates’ certificates, gives reasons [See list] (Daily Post)

Disability Day: PWD urge LAHA to pass inclusive education policy into law (Vanguard)

Low reading skills mean students’ll struggle in digital world – OECD (Vanguard)

Nigeria’s salvation lies in education ? Buhari (Vanguard)

NUC uncovers 100 fake Professors in varsities (Vanguard)

Olanipekun advises philanthropists to help poor students (PUNCH)

New UNIBEN VC launches anti-corruption campaign (PUNCH)

Buhari urges youths to embrace technical education (PUNCH)

Fayemi charges corps members on national unity, development (PUNCH)

Ex-CRUTECH VC seeks stiff penalties for randy lecturers (PUNCH)

Matawalle pledges adequate security, welfare for corpers (PUNCH)

Henley Business School taps Nigerian alumni to enhance presence (PUNCH)


Around the World

Chinese schoolchildren are outperforming pupils around the world, new study finds (Daily Mail)

UK schools surge up world rankings for reading and maths after Chinese style-lessons were introduced (The Sun)

How Education Brings Hope to Refugee Children (Forbes)

30 Under 30 Education 2020: The Young Problem-Solvers Tackling Hurdles From Day Care To Diplomas (Forbes)

RIT gifted 177-acre estate to expand research, educational offerings (RIT University News Services)

How a rural college powers K-12 in a depressed region (University Business)