Dr Egwaoje interrogates the challenges of a new federal policy on use of mother tongue for instruction in Nigerian schools.
Education targets home managers, their kids and teenage learners in Enugu and the South East Region. It is also technology-driven.
ASUU resumes quarrel with Government
ASUU resumes quarrel with government as minister defends October half-pay, raising prospects of renewed bickering that disrupts university academic calendar.
ASUU calls off strike
Feelers from the meeting of university academic staff in Abuja this morning suggest that the lecturers are about to end their eight-month strike action.
Ugwuanyi picks ESUT Vice-Chancellor from UNN
Gov Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi of Enugu picks a new Vice Chancellor for ESUT, the State University, from the University of Nigeria Nsukka (UNN).
Publishers indict education ministries over book reviews
The Nigerian Publishers Association (NPA) indict state ministries of education over abuse of book review exercises.
Pastor Ogbueli lights a candle at UNN
Pastor Ogbueli lights a candle at the UNN leaving Prof. Bennett C. Nwanguma to wonder how it will be when others follow his footsteps.
Bachelor’s degree may be irrelevant right now
In this article, Jachimma Anikwe explores why your average bachelor degree may be irrelevant in today’s world.
Difference between Postal Codes and Zip Codes
Have you ever wondered what is the difference between Zip Codes and Postal Codes? There is not much difference between them really.
Anambra’s education worries
Ralph Anyacho identifies paucity of teaching staff for primary and high schools as two one of Anambra’s biggest education worries.
Girls consistently beating boys in WASC Exams
Girls that score five credits including English and Math are consistently beating boys in the major WASCE examinations.