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The National Universities Commission (NUC) has disowned some lists posted online claiming to rank the best 100 universities in Nigeria.

In a statement made available to The Nation, the management of the agency noted that it has come up with only one ranking – in 2002 – both based on performance of universities in accreditation exercises.

My articles | Views: 787 | Author: exced | Added by: ExcedNetwork | Date: 09-May-2013 | Comments (0)

Stakeholders in the education sector have lauded Rivers State Governor, Mr. Rotimi Amaechi, for his commitment towards the development of the sector. The stakeholders, who rose from a two-day education summit in Port Harcourt, urged Amaechi not to relent in showing exemplary leadership in the area of sustainable development for the education sector - PUNCH
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FOUNDER and Executive Chairman of Abion Consulting, Mr. Davis Oni, has deplored the emphasis placed on university degrees, insisting that the practice has been responsible for the high rate of unemployment among university graduates in the country.

Oni, in an interview with The Guardian, also asked Nigerians to think about what could be responsible for the excellent performance of Nigerian students in foreign universities, in contrast to what obtains at home. According to him, students who study abroad excel because of the quality and method of teaching and learning, including materials, laboratories, workshops and other resources.

My articles | Views: 959 | Added by: ExcedNetwork | Date: 27-March-2013 | Comments (0)

The House of Representatives on Tuesday asked the Federal Government to immortalise the late Prof. Chinua Achebe by naming the National Library after him.

The House also observed a minute’s silence in honour of the literary icon and condoled with his family over his death.

Achebe had died in Boston, United States of America, on Thursday last week at the age of 82.

The House resolution followed a motion by the lawmaker representing Idemili-North/South Federal Constituency of Anambra State, Mr. Charles Odedo.

My articles | Views: 884 | Added by: ExcedNetwork | Date: 26-March-2013 | Comments (0)

Principal, Faith Academy, Lagos, Mr. Olusola Bamidele, has said the major challenge affecting the standard of education in the country is the use of unqualified teachers to train pupils.
My articles | Views: 894 | Added by: ExcedNetwork | Date: 26-March-2013 | Comments (0)

Some of the UK’s leading historians have endorsed Education Secretary Michael Gove’s new history curriculum for schools in England.

Fifteen historians, including Profs David Starkey and Niall Ferguson, wrote a letter to the Times newspaper.

The letter welcomed Mr Gove’s controversial plans to have topics taught in chronological order, saying it had "long been needed”.

But the Historical Association said the curriculum changes were "unworkable”.

My articles | Views: 851 | Added by: ExcedNetwork | Date: 26-March-2013 | Comments (0)

The Vice-Chancellor, University of Ibadan, Ibadan, Prof. Isaac Adewole, has urged the 19 northern governors to invest more in western education to reduce the level of poverty and insecurity within the region.
My articles | Views: 812 | Added by: ExcedNetwork | Date: 26-March-2013 | Comments (0)

The National Examination Council, on Thursday, released the result of the 2012 November/December Senior School Certificate Examination with only 33.89 per cent of the 75,623 candidates that sat for the examination obtaining credit in English Language.
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President Goodluck Jonathan has said the Federal Government is planning to establish more schools across the country to cater for the needs of children who are not able to benefit from the ongoing education reforms.
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Despite the damning revelations by the Presidential Visitation Panel to the University of Abuja, it seems it is still business as usual, writes ADELANI ADEPEGBA The level of sleaze and decadence discovered by the Presidential Visitation Panel in the University of Abuja has shown that the institution needs a thorough cleansing.
My articles | Views: 970 | Added by: ExcedNetwork | Date: 26-March-2013 | Comments (0)

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