15-11-19 News

In Nigeria

Tech-U signs agreement (The Nation)

UTME: Prospective candidates throng NIN centre in Omu-Aran, Kwara (The Nation)

CBT centres knock JAMB over poor conduct of 2019 UTME (The Nation)

2019 UTME: Proprietors of CBT Centres make damning allegations against JAMB (Daily Post)

UTME: Prospective candidates throng NIN centre in Kwara (PUNCH)

NUT lauds Obaseki for training 8,000 teachers (PUNCH)

Group to visit Nigeria over ICT education (PUNCH)

FG charges principals on qualitative education, discipline (PUNCH)

LeBron James set to add free housing to his I Promise School (Legit.ng)

Dubai schools stop giving homework to pupils so they can have a life (Legit.ng)

CBT centres’ owners flay JAMB over conduct of 2019 UTME (The Guardian)

 

 

Around the World

Humane Educational Society breaks ground on new facility (WDEF News 12)

“First Eight Memphis” aims to help provide early – and educational – childcare for local families (WATN - Local 24)

Teacher of the Week: Emily Salfrank (Champaign/Urbana News-Gazette)

Challenger Learning Center unveils upgraded educational equipment (WABI)

Anglophone South District Education Council passes controversial budget (Globalnews.ca)

Stanford researchers explore how citizens can become agents of environmental change (Stanford University News)

Lincoln Educational Services Corporation Increases Liquidity and Strengthens Balance Sheet to Leverage Growth Opportunities; Completes $60 Million New Credit Facility and Raises $12.7 Million in Private Placement of Convertible Preferred Stock (GlobeNewswire)