24th of October 2019 Educational News

Nigeria

NYSC members will enjoy new minimum wage (The Nation Online)

How school leavers boost ECD in Kano, Jigawa (The Nation Online)

Embrace research, innovation, don tells schools (The Nation Online)

‘90 % of teachers do not know about dyslexia’ (The Nation Online)

I will train teachers, tutor of the year pledges (The Nation Online)

Alumni repair classrooms (The Nation Online)

Edokpolo old students honour beloved principal 39 years after (The Nation Online)

Expert seeks more investment in high quality seeds (The Nation Online)

Do you know your learners? (The Nation Online)

Revive Home Economics, says SUBEB boss (The Nation Online)

Tambuwal hails GTBank’s bike initiative for pupils (The Nation Online)

‘Speak out against drugs’ (The Nation Online)

IPPIS enrolment: ASUU and AGF trade words (Legit.ng)

Student molestation: KASU suspends lecturer AB Umar (Legit.ng)

Student molestation: Culprits will face stiffest punishment - Buhari declares (Legit.ng)

Rochas Foundation kicks off 'READ' to get 10 million Nigerian kids into schools (Legit.ng)

Expert tasks scholars on outstanding research to solve societal problems (The Guardian)

Supreme Court Justice, Adekoya, others, teach soft skills at LASU lecture (The Guardian)

Group canvasses strict legislation against rape, sexual harassment (The Guardian)

Alumni uplift the girl-child for national development (The Guardian)

FCE plans expansion of art gallery for exhibition (The Guardian)

Federal Government earmarks N10b to tackle out-of-school children (The Guardian)

OldNaija plans massive historical exhibition in varsities (The Guardian)

UI creates helplines to report sexual harassment (The Guardian)

Augustine varsity graduates seven first class, 25 others on first convocation (The Guardian)

FUTA clinches gold at national blockchain hackathon competition (The Guardian)

UNIBEN reinstates mayor, mayoress of halls of residence after indefinite suspension (The Guardian)

Experts urge restoration of traditional learning values in schools (The Guardian)

Exam malpractice as festering gangrene in Nigerian schools (The Guardian)

Stakeholders warn Nigeria’s young teachers against corrupt tendencies (The Guardian)

Undergraduates appraise effectiveness of sexual harassment prohibition bill (The Guardian)

Why we insist on court attachment for student lawyers, by don (The Guardian)